Tag Archives: Iraq war

Speaking Ill of the Dead

SCOTUS judge Antonin Scalia passed away last week while on a vacation trip in Texas. His holiday was a freebie from a certain John Pointexter, who (not coincidentally) had business before the Supreme Court. It appears to be a canned quail hunting experience that brought Scalia to the resort. If memory serves, that’s the sort […]

Harmonicas for Peace revived?

I’ve been forgetting things lately. It isn’t quite this bad, but it’s pretty close. If you’re like me and spending increasing amounts of your day looking for your house keys, It’s hard to recall more important (or less mundane things) that you’ve done with your life, even when they seemed important at the time. And the […]

Pictures we saw from Boston; pictures we didn’t see from Sandy Hook

Over the last few days, we have been ‘treated’ to dozens of photographs of the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing–people who were seriously injured and covered with blood and gore being taken away on gurneys or given tourniquets to strap on limbs soon to be amputated. There were even photos of the blood-soaked concrete […]

Don’t know much about history–Stories I told you about first

Back in January, I posted a story here  about the LBJ Library’s release of information about the theft of the 1968 Presidential election. Specifically, I was reporting that the information released confirmed that Richard Nixon sabotaged the Paris Peace Talks in 1968 in order to win the election. He sent information via intermediaries to the […]

How to fight the revolution…

Just posted the video of my performance on March 18 as part of the Occupy the Empty Space event at Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village. The play, How to stop the Empire while keeping your Day Job, has had some 9,000 views on Youtube as I write this. I’ve performed it ten times since […]