Monthly Archives: April 2016

Nutso Factoids

The Wingnut World gets more nutso every day. This factoid just in: Removing Jackson From Currency Shows ‘The Leftists Are Not Different From The Islamists’ [That’s the premise of] Joel Gilbert, the right-wing filmmaker who promotes the alternative birther theory … Continue reading

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“Oh ICK!”

Oh ICK!! (Radar O’Reilly) In the aftermath of Tuesday’s five primaries, it now seems a safe bet that Bernie will not overcome Hillary, the Republican Establishment will not overcome Drumpf,  and November’s electoral choice will reveal whether the next President … Continue reading

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I’ve dropped my Brain — My Soul is numb — The Veins that used to run Stop palsied — ’tis Paralysis Done perfecter on stone (Emily Dickinson) I spent WASTED about five minutes yesterday watching Matt Lauer’s “interview” (yeah, right) … Continue reading

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“Divine Insanity”

Conversion of the Mind Like Sanctifying in the Soul — Is witnessed — not explained . . . I’ve long admired those lines by Emily Dickinson. They so perfectly summarize just about everything we’re seeing these days, both in Republican … Continue reading

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Climate Change: A Visible Hint?

“Nature is always presenting us with surprises. And perhaps we are surprised only because we are ignorant.” (John C. Van Dyke) I’ve been wondering if/when some signs of climate change and global warming are going to become visible via a … Continue reading

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Public Lands

More than a decade ago, I penned the following in my attempt to summarize the fears of environmentalists everywhere concerning the future fate — courtesy of right wing politicians — of public lands in this country: It’s a non-arguable fact … Continue reading

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Grand Irony of The Week!

“For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, ‘it might have been.’” (John Greenleaf Whittier) ****** Irony: the humorous or mildly sarcastic use of words to imply the opposite of what they normally mean. Just a … Continue reading

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