Wrecked Oppression screams loudly speaking to the black, the white, the red, the yellow Speaking loudly to the one that grabs them all, disabled, differently abled All the same, all the same. Disabled and seen as less than whole, Treated like children, inside screams aloud.  Begging/not begging for a voice For a chance to spread … Continue reading #190


Life Abounds Hope salted with a silent frustration, hope for others but more for myself. The vision is alive, the living, breathing beast of thought. That ever present hope for a future without, locked in my realm of thought, My magnum opus, my work of art, the tapestry of my life.

The New Normal: Protect Police, Kill Civilians

By Cathy Reisenwitz President Obama has requested $263 million to pay for a federal response to keep peace in Ferguson. The town is roiled by protests since a grand jury declined to indict police officer Darren Wilson for shooting unarmed teen Michael Brown to death. The money will supposedly be used for body cameras and … Continue reading The New Normal: Protect Police, Kill Civilians

Closed minds

just because something, well documented and consistantly verified, sounds untrue and doesn't agree with your instilled belief system, by no means makes it any less true nor does it make you an expert in the field of that science or whatever. The gall and arrogance of some people is flabbergasting! So arrogant and scared to … Continue reading Closed minds

Noam Chomsky wrote:

"War is the health of the State," wrote social critic Randolph Bourne in a classic essay as America entered World War I: "It automatically sets in motion throughout society those irresistible forces for uniformity, for passionate cooperation with the Government in coercing into obedience the minority groups and individuals which lack the larger herd sense. … Continue reading Noam Chomsky wrote: