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Elie Wiesel's 'Night'

Elie Wiesel loved language. His words float and sting. They pierce me in unimaginable ways. I suppose this is because I have an affinity for writers who adore language à la Woolf, Lispector, E. 498 more words

Remembrance: Japanese Internment

A Personal Account

My great grandparents were incarcerated. My grandparents were born in the camps. My mom was one of only two Japanese Americans in her school and was subject to racial slurs and harassment. 783 more words


PAL-ISR = 50/50 or PALIS (that's the deal)

Memo to President Donald J. Trump

1A – Borders Currently Confirmed. The borders of Palestine and Israel are all the currently confirmed borders of all surrounding existing countries, such as Egypt, Jordan etc. 958 more words


Pondering Frankl: Man's Search for Meaning

I recently read a book that has been on my radar for some time now. It is a book entitled Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl. 1,240 more words


Keith Olbermann Implies Trump To Build "Deportaion Camps"

The master alarmist himself, Keith Olbermann is at it again. From his mother’s basement he is reporting that the sheer number of Trump’s deportation efforts would require “deportation camps.” 114 more words



My father should not have protected me so much. I know he did it out of love, but with hindsight, we now know it was not the right thing to do. 371 more words


February 3, 2017 - Preserving Mother's Memories

This is a part of a book length poem I’m working on:

I close my eyes
as mother paints
a swastika with words,
empty homes with… 166 more words