Monthly Archives: December 2017

Woody Guthrie: New Year Resolutions, 1943

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Trump Is On Fire?

Interesting, very provocative aim4truth.org post. Betsy and Thomas discuss what I too have noticed: how all the flak Trump takes is simply grist for his mill. How he seems to thrive on adversity, as he grows more and more at … Continue reading

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New Year’s Day Heralds Year’s Largest Super Moon

I notice that this news is all over the MSM. It appears that even “normies” are beginning to grok the significance of synchronicities? Year’s Largest Super Moon on January 1, 2018 The actual time of the Super Moon is 9:24 … Continue reading

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End of Year Series continues: Cabal takedown and PEDOGATE news

At the end of 2010 I decided to drop my daily subscription to the print edition of the New York Times. That “newspaper of record” had followed me and my late husband Jeff from our yurt in wild Wyoming (where … Continue reading

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Contextualizing American History to this “point” in time

Back in my high school and undergraduate years, I remember my feelings about so-called “history.” To wit: that whatever so-called “causal chains” were plucked out of the infinitely streaming presence were arbitrary, and depended on the author’s point of view. … Continue reading

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Alt-Epistemology 101: CAN we choose between seemingly diametrically opposed alternatives?

And if so, how? As we creep closer to the end of 2017, I find myself entertaining two radically polarized future scenarios. Not that I “be-lie-ve” either of them; but I do hold them both in mind as possibilities. And/or, … Continue reading

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End of 2017, a few early perspectives: numerology, chronologies, December finales

No doubt there will be many more perspectives, as pundits both alternative and mainstream attempt to make sense of, good clear sense of! — the tumultuous, rapidly enlightening, devastating, apocalyptic year known as 2017. First, we should remember that 2017 … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges: On the Real Meaning of Christmas

Although Chris Hedges’ unremittingly bleak assessment of the human condition usually leaves me with a bitter taste in my mouth, I treasure his voice during this Christmas season when, if ever we sing Joy to the World, and mean it, … Continue reading

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