Like everyone else, I watch in horror as our law enforcement agencies and officers become embroiled in the seemingly widespread and very divisive racial violence. As we watch, we must always keep in mind that not all law enforcement agencies behave in an unprofessional, community-crippling manner. However! I believe there is indeed an “undercurrent” within […]Read more "THE SOLDIER POLICE OFFICER"
Many indicators seem to be directing us towards a seemingly inevitable course – the end of humanity. Be it anthropomorphic or just the natural course of the planet’s life and death, few can ignore the strong possibility that we’re on a collision course with destiny, perhaps even the same as that of T-Rex, the Neanderthals […]Read more "In the End; Are We Merely Worm Food?"
I revere stark poverty; I admire squalid living conditions; I envy never-ending hopelessness; I relish rampant crime. I support extremely high infant mortality rates, ghastly poor health amongst children and adults alike. For, I enjoy my piece of the pie and I not only don’t care about you missing your just desert, I fervently hope […]Read more "I Wish You Ill Will"
Originally posted on Rise Up Times:
Six Americans Who Prove Bush and Cheney Didn’t Have to Do It By Rebecca Gordon TomDispatch.com February 10, 2015 Read Tom Engelhardt’s introduction here. Why was it again that, as President Obama said, “we tortured some folks” after the 9/11 attacks? Oh, right, because we were terrified. Because everyone knows…
terrorism [ter-uh-riz-uh-m] noun “the use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes.” Terror and helplessness are the favored tools of evil. Together, they destroy any semblance of sanity you may think you have; they wreak havoc upon your ability to reason, while taking you to unimaginable realms of depression and […]Read more "Mohamedou Ould Slahi; Collateral Damage in The War on Morality in Government"
I was reminded, while reading “Life on a Colorado Farm” a couple days ago, just how much the country has changed in a few decades. Conspicuous in its absence, the front porch; once the center piece of communities, it is becoming a rare sight as the older homes disappear behind time’s unforgiving hands. The era […]Read more "The Front Porch"
Originally posted on boomers words of poor insight:
All change requires, to use a worn out phrase a “paradigm shift.” In order for America to rise again we need a change in focus at the very foundation and what better place to start than with the educational process in the U.S? As for me, I…