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climbing the steps of history


the steps to Thornhill hug the side of a steep hill, peopled with seasoned and scrawny trees, and blanketed by a healthy dose of autumn leaves… …remarkable for digging into the soil and staying for over 130 years… with a … Continue reading

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all along the mountainside


in the foggy mountain dew in the taste of a mourn slipping between the heather like clouds between the sun. choked upon as mentioned hindsight years ago now among the climbers cheeks and tears aglow. we will part from the … Continue reading

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Riding On The Retro Line


Japan is testing a 300 mile an hour train that is shaped more like an anteater than any train I’ve seen. They regularly travel at much higher speeds than what American trains do, and money is spent on rail infastructure. … Continue reading

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A love letter to the IRS


Dear Ms. IRS Employee, Grazing through the news fodder of another day, I noticed a memo from your supervisor’s office, claiming that your agency may be reading my emails, checking my personal records, and even following my habits. It is … Continue reading

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The Prez is my shepherd


When leaders abandon righteousness, exchanging it for the law of sin- that nation, hypocritically appealing to God, will neither stand in the place of blessing, nor be spared from the judgment of God. But those who trust in the Lord, … Continue reading

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Techtonic Plates of Change


If I hear one more commercial about “4G phones,” I may just call a company and ask for their brains. “4G” means nothing anymore, like the words/phrases “stuff,” “a la carte,” and “balanced budget.” (see “balanced meal,” which may insinuate … Continue reading

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I am a Patrick


Of all the people this world has seen in the thousands of years, of all the mortal men and women who have walked on this globe, few have a life that resonate more with my heart than Saint Patrick. I … Continue reading

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Did you drink the kool-aid?


My favorite was green, and I swear…I could taste the “green.” But then again, Tang tasted “orange” when it was orange, and “super grape” when it was purple. I didn’t like red kool-aid, once equating it with a pre-adolescent bloodletting … Continue reading

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What do you think?


         “Our harvest being gotten in, our governor sent four men on fowling, that so we might after a special manner rejoice together after we had  gathered the fruit of our labors. They four in one day killed as much … Continue reading

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The Republic is Dead


The republic is dead. Anyone who doubts, consider the facts. Election fraud has tainted every election since 2004, while the regime-leaning media has ignored reality, choosing to distort the truth through propaganda. The revelation that voting machines are rigged in … Continue reading

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