Category Archives: Society

Trump Tsunami Phase Two: Donald nan Ord

In early October 2015, I sent a copy of my book, State Rebellion: A Plan For Fighting The Redcoats In Washington, DC to presidential candidate Donald Trump. On October 12, 2015, I received a letter from the Trump campaign thanking … Continue reading

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Trump Tsunami Phase One: Drown The Rats

It is understandable that the mainstream media hasn’t yet detected the messianic heart of the swelling Trump wave. In 1852, the National Republican Party could not see what was right in front of them: they were dying. The Whig Party … Continue reading

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The Frost On The Pumpkin

We went back to school in September, after Labor Day. We did not know that summer was over even after an adult commented on the beautiful Indian Summer we were having. The days were shorter, but not tragically so. We … Continue reading

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The Four Voices Of A Frozen Heart

They are out there by the thousands—women with frozen hearts. They come from all walks of life. They have various body types, a rainbow of styles, a wide gamut of personalities, a broad spectrum of politics, and a profusion of … Continue reading

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The Sad Process Of Forgetting

Today is the first day without her. June 7 was the 6-month anniversary of our relationship. We were not in love but I thought we shared a growing affection. On June 10, we played tennis and then we to see … Continue reading

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The War With Russia 2014 Dispatch 1

  On August 8, 1783, Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, annexed Crimea into the Russian Empire, “from now until the end of time.” On February 19, 1954, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR transferred Crimea from … Continue reading

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When Spring Was More Than March Madness

I was born in 1949, the final child for a blue collar family. In the late fall, after the senses had been set ablaze by the vivid red, gold, orange, and yellow leaves festooning the trees, the world turned drab. … Continue reading

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The Infinite Loneliness Of The Sole Christmas Celebrant

Christmas is a most solemn holiday because it honors the preciousness of the human spirit and the limited time that humans can partake of that spirit. Christmas is a most joyous holiday because it expresses the emergence of the human … Continue reading

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The Myth Of Spiritual Growth

  Fate has compelled me to register with multiple online dating sites. I have four ex-wives and was recently abandoned by my Alaskan girlfriend. Since I am retired, am not a member of any group, and am a writer and … Continue reading

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Why Love Stories Can Never Be About Being In Love

Romantic fairy tales always end with, “And they lived happily thereafter.” These yarns terminate this way for a simple reason: when a man and a woman fall in love, the story is over. Consequently, all of our love stories are … Continue reading

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