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The Anathema Of The Christmas Holiday

Christmas is an anathema to those combined forces that intercede to rule over the mob and would treat them like cattle and most certainly sheep. Experience of the mass media in recent years has seen the traditional presentation of the core symbology of traditional elements bespeaking same watered down to a play of colors, commercially co-opted melodies,  and non-associative generic symbols more reminiscent of northern hemisphere weather patterns than the holiday itself. 394 more words

Social Commentary

Who Cares About Law Abuse?

Prompted by “Largely without merit”: http://www.drugwarrant.com/2014/12/largely-without-merit/

“Colorado has undermined the United States Constitution, and I hope the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold our constitutional principles.” – Nebraska and Oklahoma… 451 more words

Cannabis Grows

Cuba - The Nice Dictatorship

Cuba is a curious topic of conversation, and one that has come up again as Obama seeks to “normalise” relationships with the communist island state after nearly nearly 6 decades of a trade embargo. 529 more words


A Question Of Right Practice

 Photography by El-Branden Brazil

I am a Buddhist and I take my practice very seriously, albeit with a chuckle at the absurdity of the world. I spent many years studying Tibetan Buddhism, and now I have a Zen Master in my adopted home of Japan, where I have lived for 18 years. 257 more words


Peaceful felony civil disobedience rally (12/18/14)

Original RSVP’s grew to over 6,000, so police decided that it would be in their best interests not to enforce the law. The Washington State Patrol…

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Customer gives fast food worker Mink coat

LIBERTY, Tx. (WKRN) –  A fast food worker in Texas had an unforgettable day at work when a customer gave her a $10,000 Mink coat she was wearing. 191 more words


Liberty by Kim Iverson Headlee

Title: Liberty, second edition
Author: Kim Iverson Headlee
Genre: Historical Romance
Hosted By: DRC Promotions


They hailed her “Liberty,” but she was free only to obey—or die. 2,379 more words