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Speaking of Damned Spots

The Clintons are the new Macbeths

  JANUARY 21, 2017 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

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Four trillion bucks later, plus or minus a billion or so, here comes Hillary;

The one this couple named Clinton finds itself in surely will prove as indelibe in American and world history books pages which speak of ignominious...
#Shakespeare #Hillary Clinton #Scotland #Donald Trump #Election

J B Pravda

Idiots R Us

We'll be forced to listen to fewer lies

  NOVEMBER 8, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT  

  AND Magazine  

All the candidates exhibit a reluctance to do common labor

God help us. Look at the field of candidates. All over-achievers who never served anybody but themselves, but now claim they want to serve us....
#Candidates #Chris Christie #President #Donald Trump #Marco Rubio

John Sammon

☕️ Aaron Stipkovich

I challenge every American to stop your hate for the ‘other’ political party, and instead, apply passion to… https://t.co/a2tj2e938U

@AaronStipkovich

I am not categorically liberal or conservative. Every sensible person or subject deserves equal consideration. Any other approach is the epitome of idiocy.

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Someone Rotten in Denmark

Marcellus & Cassandra, Unheeded at Europe

  FEBRUARY 15, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

  AND Magazine  

Yes, Marcellus is forgotten, along with the warning he voiced for a civilized Hamlet.

There it is, in Act One, Scene Four, remembered, yet unheeded in the very northern Europe where it was once (albeit fictionally) uttered. And not...
#Hamlet #Denmark #Precrime #P.k. Dick

J B Pravda

Terrorism Is Winning

The world needs more Charlie Hebdos

  JANUARY 7, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN THE RIGHT  

  AND Magazine  

Should we all be cowards, shaking in fear as we pull the covers up over our heads?

The Religion of Peace has struck again, this time in Paris. Muslim terrorists killed 12 people, including the editor, deputy chief editor, and three...
#Charlie Hebdo #Islam #Terrorism

Robert Cleveland

Not in my Name

Muslims against ISIS

  SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

  AND Magazine  

These terrorists ISIS are not true Muslims, they do not practice the true teachings of Islam...

As Islamic State extremists call for random murders throughout Europe in Allah's name, the continent's Muslims are hitting back with mass...
#Isis #Muslim #Islam #Terrorists #War #Death

Aaron Stipkovich

Baskery

From Tackyland to Awesome-Town!

  JUNE 12, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN MUSIC  

  AND Magazine  

Baskery plays it full-out on stage, high energy combined with intuitive and flawless harmonies.

A theme has evolved in my articles over the past couple of years. Many of the stories are about new or established artists who I find have a distinct...
#Ted Kelly #Baskery #Matt Wignall #Music #Folk

Ted Kelly

Crimea Riven

It's Vlad the Annexer, Out for Blood?

  MARCH 20, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

  AND Magazine  

So, then, what's the potential fallout of this bloody scenario?

Vlad the Impaler--that original blood sucker of Bram Stoker infamy--lives, after all. This should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with...
#Crimea #Vladmir Putin #Russia #Vampire #Nato

J B Pravda

California Catastrophe

Drought-stricken California will burn this summer.

  JANUARY 19, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

  AND Magazine  

People like Al Jardine build expensive homes where none should be.

It's like nothing I've ever seen in my memory which goes back to the time I was four years old and in all the years I've lived in...
#Water #Drought #California #Conservation

John Sammon

European Jihadists

The Continuation of a Historical Trend

  AUGUST 20, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN NEWS AND WEB REPRINTS  

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Fear of attacks by nationals returning to Europe after fighting abroad has become widespread

Summary The threat of experienced militants returning to Europe from combat in North Africa and the Middle East is...
#Terrorist #Jihadist #Europe #Islam #Unemployment

Aaron Stipkovich

H. R. Haggard

The Creator of SHE

  APRIL 25, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE  

  AND Magazine  

Haggard wrote over 40 novels, most of which are still in print.

One of the most popular authors of the late 19th century, Henry Rider Haggard entered British society at Wood Farm, West Bradenham Hall, Norfolk,...
#H.r. Haggard #Literature #She #Adventure Novels

Christopher Zoukis

SXSW 2013

A Great "Spot" to Check Out Some Brilliant Talent

  MARCH 15, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN MUSIC  

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SXSW showcasing the widest array of musicians that one town can hold.

SXSW has quickly become the mecca to discover emerging and established talent, consistently showcasing the widest array of musicians that one town can...
#Music #Sxsw #Spotify #Jamie N Commons

Ted Kelly

a spot on the sun

The Story of the Transit of Venus Across the Sun

  MAY 28, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE  

  AND Magazine  

Don't miss out on the last chance to see this event in our lifetime

The Day the World Discovered the Sun: An Extraordinary Story of Scientific Adventure and the Race to Track the Transit of VenusMark...
#Venus #Books #Space #Astronomy #Science #Nasa

Anthony Bergen

Vikings Massacre Whales

The Ritual Killing of Whales is a Throwback

  JANUARY 28, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE  

  AND Magazine  

Olavur! How badly do you need a whale hamburger?

I bet you can hear them scream when you chop them with a knife, when they thrash around hysterically in a cove whose water turns red with their blood,...
#Whale Hunting In The Faroe Islands

John Sammon

Dog day afternoon, 2012

Why American Politics Would Keep Countless Nuns Praying 24/7

  DECEMBER 12, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT  

  AND Magazine  

Since the middle ages there's been a word for this dumb show (also medieval): mummery.

Welcome to politics, American style, where 2012 promises to make and break all records, including the putative 'records' kept somewhere out...
#Vote #2012 #Hamlet #Denmark #Election #Bachmann

J B Pravda

running Out of MOney

Pouring water through a sieve

  NOVEMBER 12, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE  

  AND Magazine  

We can keep pouring if we want. In the end, the economy is still a sieve.

Did you ever try to fill up a sieve with water? Probably not. You probably understood without the necessity to experiment that such an attempt...
#Economy #Money #Politics #Unemployment

Aaron Stipkovich

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