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Muggles for Science

Why we need politicians who are vigilant

We took to the streets Saturday (April 21, 2017) to join the March for Science.

Thousands met in downtown Portland at the waterfront to hear speakers try to raise our emotions about science before our orderly walk began through four usually-busy-streets now safely cordoned from traffic and free of onlookers. 737 more words


Massachusetts lawmakers travel to DC to speak with President Trump

Mass. (WWLP) – A group of state senators is traveling to Washington to lobby against some of the budget cuts proposed by President Donald Trump. 60 more words

World News

Depraved New World

It’s taken an embarrassingly long time to write this.

It wasn’t that I didn’t want to, but that I could not. There were thoughts—so many thoughts—but I could not hold on to any one of them long enough to mold it into something. 587 more words


Downtown Confederate causes a stir

Dana Hatchett, Alligator Staff Writer Jul 7, 2015

A whirlwind of controversy is making its way across the nation regarding the flying of the Confederate flag on state grounds following the slaying of nine black people by a white supremacist in a Charleston, South Carolina church. 483 more words

The Literary Rants: Bill O’Reilly and Sexual Harassment

Bill O’Reilly has had a rough couple weeks.  He just lost his show on Fox News.  A bunch of women are accusing him of sexual harassment.  706 more words




turquoise town

flagged rooftops

revolution red

ripped on the city outskirts

binoculars on Buddha’s blessings

butter melting

the sage fired air

curtains pulled

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