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Driving out of Southern Worcester County, by Mary Fell

say goodbye to small towns
their boundaries cutting across the names
of dead indians, trees
still remembering that speech

their shelved histories leaning on
years of drought, of rain, lives… 96 more words


Guru Nanek's Birthday

Our Sikh colleagues at work celebrated the birthday of Guru Nanek today. He’s the guy who founded the Sikh religion in the 1400’s. A man way ahead of his time who tried to get rid of the gender inequality and the caste system in India. 64 more words

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'We're At War,' Says Son of Fred Hampton In Response to McDonald Video

Fred Hampton, Jr., right, at a Nov. 24 press conference held at the Chicago site where Laquan McDonald was murdered last October. | William Camargo/Wednesday Journal. 644 more words


The History of Political Correctness ~ Youtube

Uploaded on Mar 30, 2011 by GBPPR2
The origins of “political correctness” or “cultural Marxism” can be found in the early parts of the 20th century from the Frankfurt School, which was the headquarters for the Communists scheming in Germany. 44 more words


As of late | November 2015

These are the things I’ve been reading, seeing, listening to, and thinking about in November. And 2016 is in one month, oh man.

Obviously the biggest focus this month has been on the attacks in Paris on Nov. 1,045 more words

As Of Late

What Would Macy's Be Without The Wooden Escalators

I’ve been in Macy’s Flagship store at Herald Square many times and I’ve always wondered about those clunky wooden escalators.  Well the NY Times has a story here about them. 44 more words