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From Odysseus to Odin

Once upon a time, I set out to write an essay about the fine line between the witch and the saint. Today, in the throes of the socio-political...
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Lugenpresse and Spiderwebs

In the beginning was the Word. Verbum Caro Factum Est; and the Word was made flesh. This is a spell, a manifestation of the will, and we have...
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Take A Stand

Quietly but persistently, the so-called Civil War raged on below Mason’s and Dixon’s line for many years after the official treaties had been signed. Aside from rooting out...
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The Heartbroken Patriot

The mountain men and pioneers Who came across the sea, Who climbed the highest mountains Who tamed the creek and tree, Who crossed the open wastelands, Who wandered...
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War Is a Racket V

This is the final chapter of General Smedley Butler’s War Is a Racket, and his words ring true today.  War is a money maker indeed…is that why our...
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The Emperor’s New Clothes

Many years ago, there were two swindlers. They were making their way about the countryside, and happened upon a merry and pleasant town ruled by a young emperor....
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War Is a Racket IV

War is still a racket.  This week, General Smedley Butler tells us how to smash it: WELL, it’s a racket, all right. A few profit — and the...
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The Unseen Cost of False Allegations

  I know a guy who was accused of some vicious domestic violence. I never met his wife, but she is by all accounts a beautiful soul and...
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