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THE PROS AND CONS OF IT REDUX

THE PROS AND CONS OF IT
Posted by rezinate on July 7, 2012

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As it stands Congress is basically in charge of “Indian Policy”-it is they who author legislation and manipulate treaties under what is referred to as the Commerce Clause in the Constitution. 813 more words

Paradise

Today, I spent time reading and listening to music. Words and music are wonderful muses for me. I’m aware there is an ongoing discussion as to if song lyrics are truly poetry or not. 76 more words

Poetry

I woke up like this 



The original breath of life made possible by a miraculous phenomenon still unknown to man. The emotions in our breath dictate our lives and all that comes with the terroritory. 46 more words

Picture

Review: Manifest Destiny Vol 1

Title: Manifest Destiny – Flora and Fauna

Author: Mathew Roberts, Owen GIeni and Chris Dingess

Publisher: Image Comics

Publication: May 27th 2014

Genre: Historical Fantasy… 392 more words

Verity And Cakes

IN THE MIDST OF COMMITTING ATROCITIES

I think generally speaking people are entitled to their own beliefs, the qualifier being that entitlement should be predicated on the concept of doing no harm. 418 more words

Dessication and Civilization

Rain is necessary; for water is the medium of life, more important even than the light of the sun; the unintelligible whim of the elements may condemn to dessication regions which once flourished with empire and industry, like Nineveh or Babylon, or may help to swift strength and wealth cities apparently off the main line of transport and communication, like those of Great Britain or Puget Sound.

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Essays

See the Historic American Far West From a Fresh Angle

It took Bryan Schutmaat and Ashlyn Davis a year to sift through 100 years of images for their latest book, Islands of the Blest. The work brings together historic photographs of the American west they sourced from the online archives of the Library of Congress and the United States Geological Survey. 384 more words