Monthly Archives: September 2018

‘Lucy’ at 17–the unanswered questions

Today is September 11, aka 9/11. It’s an anniversary I’ve been cursed with since that day back in 2001. I’ve written about this several times, but the basics–it was my first day at a temp assignment on Wall Street. I arrived at 8:45 and there was something looking like confetti as I stepped out of […]

Seventeen years gone– 9-11 and Michael Ruppert

From Collapse, a documentary about Michael C. Ruppert. Worth your time.   Below is a link to a document put together in the crazy days immediately following the 9/11 attack on the US. Michael C Ruppert, an individual I’ve written about here, was on the government’s radar for most of his life–both of his parents […]

A Meme on the Nike/Kaepernick protest

Someone reminded me of what it means to stand up against evil (or in Colin’s case, kneel down). If you’ve managed to avoid all this, NFL star Colin Kaepernick started ‘taking a knee’ during the National Anthem in order to call attention to the young men and women of color being killed by police under […]