After the Big Bang came the Great Darkness. In indescribable darkness, matter raced away from itself in all directions, pushing space into being as it did so. Darkly, it spun and coalesced, exploded and merged, exploded again, grew heavier, impossibly; formed stars that lived billions of years, died, and in […]
From around the corner or around this planet, people create the beats and thus the rhythm to which this old world resonates. This week the theme is drums and rhythm — anything with a kick ass rhythm lead or accompaniment that provides a rhythm that is in your opinion, of […]
bito : «link» AdLib : Hey Bito, the link is broken, what’s there? bito : One more OT, anyone on AOL? Read this.«link» bradblog.com/?p= 8487 I wonder if PPOV is on that list? AdLib : Looks like we’ve come to the end of another edition of Vox Populi! Thanks to […]
Step right up! Try Republican Ryan’s Remarkable Remedy! It’s just the thing for what ails ya! One taste of this and whatever you were concerned about before will become the least of your worries!
It’s highly unlikely that Miss Trust Fund Brat was even remotely interested in what the President had to say about his budget plan in relation to the obscenity Paul Ryan’s trying to hawk, or the state of the declining middle class She obviously isn’t thinking of the masses of unemployed or underemployed, of people who’ve flattened their 401K’s simply to get by
Perhaps I am simply reiterating what has already been said when I write on the nature of necessity. I am not nearly well-read enough, worldly enough, nor arrogant enough to claim that my thoughts on the matter are wholly original.
It’s my observation that the country as a whole has a serious case of what can best be termed American Attention Deficit Disorder – (AADD). A really good example of how this works is actually occurring right now in the Congress. The Rs captured the lower house in the 2010 […]
Our budget deficit is skyrocketing due to spending on the poor. The poor are increasingly becoming obese and dependent on government spending. Maybe it’s time to meat in the middle.
It’s Spring, and time for my Second Annual Passover Post. This year, something very special to me: A commentary on the booklet all Jews read at the Passover seder, the Haggadah, by my teacher and friend of almost 20 years, Rabbi Jonathan Omer-Man, who graciously allowed me to post […]