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It is evening in Broadway hall, the biggest concert hall on board the ship. We feel like a small group in the big hall, assembling in front of the big stage. 1,290 more words

Travel Asia

The United States Corporation: The Tyrannical, Genocidal Beast From Hell!

It is a little known fact, a covered-up, dirty, little secret, that The Empire of Japan, just prior to December of 1941, had been coerced into declaring war on the U.S. 2,315 more words

Political/Social Issues

Art World Abstracts: Egon Schiele's Punk Rock Portraits, and More!

There’s a new Egon Schiele show opening at Neue Galerie Thursday, focusing on his portraits, and it will certainly be a nice thing. Also, read along for obligatory Schiele-related references to dying young, punk rock, and something Patti Smith said 40 years ago. 285 more words

Jon Rappoport - Fluorides, The Atomic Bomb, And A Spy - 25 June 2014

In 1997, Joel Griffiths and Chris Bryson, two respected mainstream journalists, peered into an abyss. They found a story about fluorides that was so chilling it had to be told. 1,207 more words


The Rosenbergs and the Atomic Bomb

Today in History.

Julius Rosenberg was the first to be executed, at about 8 p.m. on June 19, 1953. Just a few minutes after his body was removed from the chamber containing the electric chair, Ethel Rosenberg was led in and strapped to the chair. 243 more words

A Slice Of Life

TaraShea Nesbit - The Wives Of Los Alamos

Collective writing style is both the strength and the weakness

The Wives of Los Alamos, TaraShea Nesbit’s first novel, is a fascinating account of the New Mexico… 833 more words

Book Review

the origin of love.

i’m reading a biography of harry s. truman, and what i’m struck by most often is what a nice, moral person he was, especially for the guy who dropped not one but two atomic bombs. 935 more words