Monthly Archives: November 2011

#OCCUPY GULAG

The Federal Emergency Management Agency was established Sunday, April 1, 1979, by President Jimmy Carter’s Executive Order No.12127. This became federal law, 44 FR 19367, 3CFR, which provided for the transfer of functions of certain agencies and offices, the abolition … Continue reading

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Planning Parenting

Monique was a darling child with an engaging, infectious smile. Her sweetness and endearing ways made her the star of the neighborhood. She would sit semi reclined in her wheelchair with its integral head and neck support, shaded from the … Continue reading

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In The Spirit Of The Holidays

Thanksgiving came. Thanksgiving went. #Occupiers tried to celebrate in the cold with food donated by various sympathetic merchants, charities, and individuals, as police crashed the parties with batons and pepper spray. Another, more traditional form of #occupy occurred across the … Continue reading

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Things I Like About Ron Paul

Ron Paul seeks to repeal the Voting Rights Act of 1965 on Constitutional grounds. This is the Act which allows Native Americans to vote, including the Code Talkers, who had to wait twenty years to vote, after World War Two … Continue reading

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A History of Intolerance

Christian Abraham Jacke was twenty six years old when he fled the chronic religious strife and warfare of his native land, his parents, siblings, and friends, boarded the Princess Augusta in Rotterdam, and sailed for the New World. Landing in … Continue reading

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Arizona SB1070, Russell Pearce, Kris Kobach, and FAIR; Understanding and Identifying the Source Of Institutionalized Racism

“Every American who ever lived, with the exception of one group, was either an immigrant himself or a descendant of immigrants” John F. Kennedy Former Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce was the major sponsor and legislative force behind a bill … Continue reading

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Another Shot Heard ‘Round the World

It was another shot heard ‘round the world, or a shot across ALEC’s bow. Republican candidates in Arizona universally went down in defeat, yesterday, as a progressive, Democratic, Phoenix mayoral candidate with working class roots, and real family values trounced … Continue reading

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