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Generous Thief

“So foul and fair a day I have not seen”
A population divided in two
A devil and demon to choose between
Which one is the right choice to pull us through? 93 more words

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Our Own Demise

Resisting freedom, imprisoned by lies
No one to save us or hear our reprise
We the People are unable to rise
We are complicit in our own demise… 135 more words

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Bromance Between Trump and Cruz Finalized by National Review

In an article by the National Review entitled “Against Trump,” the bombastic Republican presidential candidate is, according to the author, “a philosophically unmoored political opportunist who would trash the broad conservative ideological consensus within the GOP in favor of a free-floating populism with strong-man overtones.” Unsurprisingly, when a reporter asked Trump about the article at a fundraiser, he claimed, “the  862 more words

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A tree by any other name...

Tomorrow is December first, the day that I will officially allow radio stations and public settings to play Christmas music. I know that some places have sneaked in holiday tunes without my consent, but I’ve only so many hours in the day during which I can register official complaints, write angry emails, or boycott stores anonymously because I am inconvenienced by something they do. 574 more words


Mark D. Jones - Video Blog #74 - On Politics

Mark D. Jones – Video Blog #74 – On Politics ~ Mark discusses a number of points concerning the nature of politics for the benefit of all citizens and the country. ☼ :)

Mark D. Jones

Saturday morning quotes 5.20: Dowland and Context

Our weekly posts are unapologetically focused on vocal music of the 16th century and the lute as it was regarded in its golden age; an emblem for all that was civilized and sophisticated, refined and nuanced.  1,272 more words

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