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Elvis Had The Right Idea / My Poetry

imagine that-
the bloated drugfish
of a man who died
gasping for air on
his bathroom floor
once made one of the
most profound statements… 33 more words


Who Could Have Guessed?

Who could have guessed that reading, reflection, and a comfort with solitude would render an individual unapproachable? I certainly could not in the past because those activities and quality typically displayed themselves as silence, furrowed brows, and distinct manners. 244 more words


I Want Nothing to do with Pitch Perfect 3

I promise my reasons are not about me being political

Instead, it is the movie trailer itself that is overtly occupied with politics. Hollywood is not even trying to hide its bias… 580 more words

Intellectual Honesty

IHEU: Help us protect humanists at risk

The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) has started up a fund to defend humanists under threat.

Over the last 5 years, the IHEU… 940 more words

The Rest is all Illusion

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson

Carter lay back on his lounger lulled by the swaying palms and the soft lap of the water slapped by a kindly breeze, against the sides of the pool. 95 more words

Flash Fiction

Margaret Court, free speech and the semantics of 'consequence free'

A spat has opened up between two tennis legends: Margaret Court and Martina Navratilova. Court is currently a pastor at Perth’s Victory Life church and has, in recent days, proffered her views on homosexuality. 1,395 more words

Interrogating neolibertarianism as a neolibertarian myself

First off, what is neolibertarianism?

Basically, it is perhaps the most poorly understood sector in the entire doctrine of free will. In other words, it is the least understood line of thinking within the ‘free enterprise & civil rights first’ line of thinking. 510 more words

Intellectual Honesty