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Radical RAND: The Truth About GOP Hero Ayn Rand -a repost,a republican idol?

I have to say, I do not usually read articles from Maureen Dowd but this one about ayn rand grabbed my attention …and is still relevant as 2018 begins… 1,253 more words

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Monday Morning Inspiration #56: Atlantis

When she opened her eyes, she saw sunlight, green leaves, and a man’s face.

She thought: I know what this is.

This was the world she had expected to see it at sixteen.– and now she had reached it– and it seemed so simple, so unastonishing, that the thing she felt was like a blessing pronounced upon the universe by means of three words:

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Monday Musings

YATHA RAJA TATHA PRAJA (यथा राजा तथा प्रजा)

Even the fig leaf that covered the Emperor’s nakedness has been blown away and it does not make for pleasant viewing.

When an image speaks better than a 1000 words and so on, but say a few words I must… 179 more words

Politics

Pulp Fiction, Politics, and a Whiff of Rachmaninoff

I should have heard that name long ago. It has frequently come up in headlines about the surge of the political right in the US; occasionally, in the European context. 1,437 more words

Music

Living the Simulation?

It is a glorious Sunday morning. The first day of the propitious year of 2017 on the green planet which only knows how to bestow everything it possesses; to the worthy and unworthy alike. 495 more words

Reality Of A Dystopian World

The First Shots of the Battle Are Fired

Today we took the first of many steps in the federal judiciary to gain the freedom of Jeff Weinhaus. The Bulletinman has been rotting in prison for nearly four years with thirty more to go, for a crime he not only didn’t commit but couldn’t have committed. 72 more words

Freedom

Thanks, Steve

Before we get going here I just want to run something by all you readers:

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