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Hot off the presses, a new poem of mine titled “Buk,” appearing in the June edition of Better than Starbucks – an online/print poetry journal, full of “great books, sharp wit, and great authors.” Enjoy! 18 more words


Pubic Tassels and Bull Roarers

The First People of Australia had the most incredible knowledge of their environment. They knew not only which fruit was edible but when to eat it and how to prepare it so it would not kill you. 708 more words


Iroquis, Inca, and Aztec Cultures of the New World

In the fifteenth and sixteenth century, many tribal nations flourished in the New World. Incas,  who first emerged in the 1400s, inhabited a stretch of land that ran 200 miles north and south along the western coast of South America. 636 more words


'Utopia': Exposing Australia's secret history & human rights abuses - by John Pilger

How to be rid of the ‘Aboriginal problem’ … unashamedly a mining magnate recommends herding them into a specified area & adding sterilization chemicals to their drinking water. 56 more words


Another Controversial Historial Figure under Seige


Jan. 26 is Australia Day, the official national holiday of the Land Down Under.

For the majority of Australians, that translates into a day of celebration, with public barbeques and the drinking of hardy stout. 485 more words

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