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How the D.H.S. Monitored & Tracked Peaceful “Black Lives Matter” Protests

How the D.H.S. Monitored & Tracked Peaceful “Black Lives Matter” Protests

Michael Krieger | Jul 28, 2015

They also show the department watching over gatherings that seem benign and even mundane. 1,034 more words

Selling Us Out

NY Times: Government Censors Control of Nearly Every Major News Outlet

NY Times: Government Censors Control of Nearly Every Major News Outlet

July 23, 2015

Government Censors Control Nearly Every Major News Outlet

The New York Times article shockingly admits that virtually every major mainstream news organization are required to submit stories to government censors for approval. 2,081 more words

The 'Narrative'

11 Signs That America Has Already Gone Down The Toilet

By Michael Snyder – Jul 21, 2015

Just when you think that the depravity of the United States cannot possibly get any worse, something else comes along to surprise us.   2,026 more words

The 'Narrative'

Who Needs Sleep?

Who needs sleep
when you’ve got
a double shot
a double shot
a Starbucks’ double shot?
Who needs sleep
when you’ve got
a double shot… 427 more words

Toulouse Street

Good Morning To You, Too

I’ll tell them to you some day none the less, if I think of it, if I can, my strange pains, in detail, distinguishing between the different kinds, for the sake of clarity, those of the mind, those of the heart or emotional conative , those of the soul (none prettier than these) and finally those of the frame proper, first the inner or latent, then those affecting the surface, beginning with the hair and scalp and moving methodically down, without haste, all the way down to the feet beloved of the corn, the cramp, the kibe, the bunion, the hammer toe, the nail ingrown, the fallen arch, the common blain, the club foot, duck foot, goose foot, pigeon foot, flat foot, trench foot and other curiosities.

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Cryptical Envelopment

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Op. posth. no. 1

Darkened his eye, his wild smile disappeared,
inapprehensible his studies grew,
nourished he less & less
his subject body with good food & rest, 89 more words

Poetry

He Taught Me To Sing A Song

My prolific and talented friend* Ray Shea just had a few of his poems from the online journal Revolution John nominated for Best of the Net, a signal honor in these days of the web-only journal, much better than a Pushcart nomination which has become as common as author copies and so a bit ridiculous when cited. 311 more words

Toulouse Street