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Telling it like it is

I’ve never been the sort of poet who likes nothing better than to rant and raves about ‘issues’. There are things I disagree with, there are things which might even provoke me to verse, but I’ve reached an age where fleeing the city with only the clothes I stand up in has lost whatever attraction it might once have had. 1,325 more words

AZ Republic becomes an orphan as both mommies split

As if anyone needed further evidence that the local newspaper is on borrowed time, the latest report is that Nicole Carroll, a senior newsroom executive at the… 577 more words


Mini Reviews - Duplicity by Sibel Hodge, Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo & The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Duplicity by Sibel Hodge

Rating: 1.5/5 stars

First published: 2016

Genre: Thriller, mystery

Author: Sibel Hodge

I unfortunately really didn’t like this book. The story was bland and predictable, the characters were uni-dimensional and stereotypical. 288 more words


Abandoned Ship


I’m not as hollow as I feel
My abandoned shell just off your sandy shore
You mock me with a gentle breeze

Whistling… 520 more words


Why higher Ed produces brainwashed liberals

American parents want to ensure a solid future for their kids and a degree from a prestigious college is seen as the key component to prosperity. 477 more words

Those Dems

Fearing the flu, McCain stays in Cornville

We finally have an answer regarding John McCain’s month’s long absence from Washington, D.C.  According to his refined daughter Meghan, it has nothing to do with what his Mayo doctors described as Stage 4 glioblastoma, “a particularly aggressive” form of brain cancer, diagnosed in July. 312 more words

Those Dems