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MUSINGS | on neutrality

the extremities condemn us, saying that our existence and lack of side, our decision to stand in between is a sin.

they think we walk on a wide road, that the paths we tread are free of obstructions.

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Now You See Me, Now You Don't

I should have looked in his face when the verdict was being read but I didn’t. I couldn’t. I just didn’t want to know if he was guilty or not. 537 more words

Applying for naturalization

I read the account of the beating of Bakari Henderson and the first thing I thought of was Poland, so eager to wave the Confederate flag in honor of Trump’s arrival.  619 more words


Justice for Jimmy Smith-Kramer. We will be visiting with members of the Quinault Nation this Sunday from 4-5 pm

20 year-old Quinault Member Jimmy Smith-Kramer was killed in an alleged racially-charged confrontation. Smith-Kramer was injured on Saturday and died from his injuries on Sunday May 28th, 2017. 75 more words

Make No Bones Shows

Walking this (precarious farming venture) faith walk with Jesus.

The Holy Gospel: Matthew 13:1-9,18-23
Sermon, Preached at Good Samaritan Episcopal Church
Sunday July 16, 2017

In 2013, I was a seminary intern at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Indianapolis. 2,341 more words


Bernie Backtracks: Denies Saying GOP Health Care Efforts Will Kill People ~ Kathryn Blackhurst (lifezette.com)

Vermont senator has claimed on at least six occasions Americans “will die” if Obamacare repealed and replaced

by Kathryn Blackhurst 

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) dubiously denied saying various GOP efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare would “potentially kill Americans” when a co-host of ABC News’ “The View” pressed him Wednesday about the use of “irresponsible rhetoric.” 1,038 more words


LOVELOCK, NV — O.J Simpson, who was famously acquitted in the double murders of his former wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994, has been granted parole by a Nevada parole board on his 2008 conviction on multiple counts of robbery and kidnapping. 237 more words