Monthly Archives: December 2016

No Man Will Shake Me From This Land

“…it is this sense of place, this kinship with the land, that will always keep me here.” Continue reading

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2017: The Year America Looks Like Aleppo?

The United States is drifting towards the same sectarianism that caused civil war in Syria and brought living hell to Aleppo. Continue reading

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An American Retrograde

A Conjurer’s take on a new era of American Politics Continue reading

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Standing Rock Is In It’s Most Precarious Situation, So Why Should People Go Home?

(GREED) – When the news hit that the Army had stood down, that for a brief second it appeared the people might have a glimpse of what victory actually feels like in the face of impossible odds, I was about as … Continue reading

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America Won’t Convict Killer Cops Because It Couldn’t Care Less

From my weekly column at Greed: “No Quarter” (GREED) – “I cannot in good conscience consider a guilty verdict.” This is the sound of what a fully militarized system of white supremacy sounds like.  Jaws hit the floor yesterday in the … Continue reading

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