Monthly Archives: November 2018

Assange Is Going Home

It seems that Julian Assange’s luck is up, and he will soon be headed back to the United States to face the music. Earlier this month, I wrote a fairly extended piece outlining the many reasons why this no longer … Continue reading

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“Crucifying Julian Assange” – (Truthdig)

Today’s piece is looking at a recent article by the honorable journalist Christopher Hedges. I’ve read Hedges work many times before, disagreeing with him enough to feel the need to write a rebuttal at least once beforehand. Today, I am doing … Continue reading

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Rememberance In The Era Of Uncertainty

That time of year has come around, once more. When we honor the souls who made the ultimate sacrifice, affording us the lives we currently take wholly for granted. And so it goes. Like the poppies growing row upon row, … Continue reading

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“Seniors Are More Conservative Because the Poor Don’t Survive to Become Seniors” – (Intelligencer)

Todays topic is yet another that one could say I took for granted at face value. It’s something i’ve heard at diffrent times in life, as well as a few times on youtube channels I no longer follow (The Rubin … Continue reading

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The Cobain Case

These last few years have been quite the roller coaster, intellectually. Not something I haven’t said before. But it nicely applies here, since this intellectual growth has come to touch on pretty much every single thing that I have ever … Continue reading

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Pronouns – (Contrapoints)

I wish I was as smooth as Natalie (aka Contrapoints) in the real world realms. Thus, even though I have grown a storng distaste for nobodies using popular Youtube channels to educate the masses to some wrongful or unnuanced interpretation of … Continue reading

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