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Conspiracy Brews 4.12.14

Well it looks like someone penetrated my list this week.  I changed the password quickly.

If you like your coffee and your politics flavorful, served with a heaping dose of civility by a diverse group of interesting people from all parts of the political spectrum then you should be joining us every Saturday. 277 more words

Now Available: Loved Always Tomorrow

Now available on Amazon.com and Createspace, Emily Bjustrom’s Loved Always Tomorrow.

About the collection:

Emily Bjustrom’s work applies truth like healing; the uncovered wound, the blood, the sting, the cool breath, the forehead kisses. 113 more words

Swimming With Elephants

RT: Protesters descend on Albuquerque City Hall to decry deadly shootings

Published time: April 08, 2014 03:59

Downtown Albuquerque (Photo from wikipedia.org)

Protesters filled Albuquerque City Hall on Monday evening, forcing the city council to clear its legislative agenda and turn the podium over to citizens furious with police over a spiking number of fatal shootings. 568 more words


A Review of "Verbrennen"

Matthew Brown’s Poetry Book, “Verbrennen” is Angry
a review by Mikel K

The poems in Matthew Brown’s book, “Verbrennen,” which is published by Swimming With Elephant Publications, are direct and have a lot of purpose. 559 more words

Swimming With Elephants

Catching Calliope Spring 2014 Call for Submissions

The Rio Rancho Youth Poetry Community in conjunction with Swimming with Elephants Publications is officially open for submissions for the next edition of Catching Calliope. 71 more words

Swimming With Elephants

Helmet Cam Video of Police Shooting Released

Via KFI Radio

A homeless New Mexico man who was illegally camping in the Albuquerque foothills has been shot and killed by police.

Helmet camera video released by Albuquerque Police Department shows 38-year-old James Boyd gets shot by an officer when the camper turns his back on police.

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Cables, spinning wheels:
they keep the whole thing running.
(Sandia Peak tram)

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Melinda Green Harvey