Category Archives: Politics

The 13th (Second Print)

Where do laws go? Do they dissipate like a fart in the wind Or circle the drain like the water down the eyehole? And who is to remember when the first is broken Or the last nothing but a restructuring … Continue reading

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I finally got on the mayor’s team

Ah, after what felt like an eternity, I finally did it. I hit a home run! Just kidding! I finally got on the incumbent mayor Paul Hick’s Hudson’s team for relection in Toledo, OH. To be exact, I was invited … Continue reading

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She Sings America Too

A response to Langston Hughes’ “I, Too” https://embed.theguardian.com/embed/video/us-news/video/2016/sep/27/charlotte-police-shooting-little-girl-speech-video   a little brown girl weeps in court no need to plead the fifth please stop killing us she pleads and cries a tear for everyone shot down  

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Lady Gaga Not Giving a Political Speech During Her Superbowl Performance Was Exactly What America Needed

Relaxation. That is why America felt during that special halftime performance on Sunday’s historic Super Bowl. The prediction was that Lady Gaga was going to get a little political during her performance, most likely rallying against the ever prescent President … Continue reading

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I finally saw what i am

While searching for a series of essays by John Adams on beauty on aristocracy and power I finally realized what I am in moments of pure triumph. Having stumped Google in a search for these collections, Google was unable to … Continue reading

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Divisions in an Uncertain Time

A couple of years ago I began to get involved in the Reddit community, joining subreddits and becoming the pedantic man breather that so many people loathe and yet love to argue with. It was an exhilarating time, finally getting … Continue reading

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