Tag Archives: Mayflower Arkansas

Water is Life

I really don’t recognize my country anymore. Nothing feels normal, nothing feels safe. I go to bed at night, worried about the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. I wake up in the morning, worried about them. I check Facebook way too … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy, thy name is America

President Obama danced right up to the edge, then jeted back to safety. And a good thing. We watched John Kerry’s denunciation of Assad and the “reasons” we need to punish him. As is so often the case, do you … Continue reading

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Illusions of Safety part 2

The thing I keep hearing over and over again is that “we” need all of this surveillance to “keep us safe.” Do you really believe for one moment that the government cares about your safety? When I think of a … Continue reading

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Know Your Murderers

Two new entries in the “Know your Murderer” side bar….introducing Gregory R. Page, CEO of Cargill. Cargill is the second largest privately held company in the US, behind Koch Industries. It’s based in Minnesota, at 15407 McGinty Rd, Minnetonka MN … Continue reading

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Life’s Illusions

I’ve been thinking about safety lately.  In my post recently about rape, I recounted that one in three women will be assaulted/raped in their lifetimes.  You can’t know that and feel safe. And yet, when I’m alone and locked inside … Continue reading

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