Anarcho-syndicalist Fabian libertarian socialist and Satanic devotée of Saint Dymphna obsessed with ancient cultures and obscure languages.

Middle East Update

Join me to check in on daily developments in the Arab Uprisings and add your own content. You can also find me under the Twitter feed to the right for future navigation.

A Letter to the Arizona Legislature

This email is not about being a Republican or being a Democrat. It is about having some integrity and specifically, your lack thereof. As one of your constituents in Arizona's 7th Legislative District I wanted to let you know that I am outraged as a taxpayer at the time, money and effort spent on the ridiculous AZ "Birther" bill sponsored by State Rep. Carl Seel.

Mid-Atlantic Trip Part 16: Final Hours

Join me in bidding adieu to L'Enfant's city.

Arab Uprisings: Still Writing History

A place for the situations in Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, Syria and throughout the Greater Middle East. Check in to see my full daily updates, and to add your own.

Mid-Atlantic Trip Part 15: D.C. by Night

Whether an old fellow virtual traveler or joining me late, come, come, do we have a date?

Mubarak: Half sunk, a shattered visage lies

Come here to see and post updates on Egypt and the Middle East following the Tunisian revolution.

From the Embers, Jasmine

The so-called Jasmine Revolution went unnoticed by the Western media for weeks. Before I could write about it, the government fell! This should help fill in the gaps of what our MSM was MIA on. You are invited, nay encouraged, to post your own links as this was hastily written on my part. Even more so if the story develops further.

Mid-Atlantic Trip Part 14: For Art’s Sake

On my last full day in D.C. I had to catch the National Museum of Art. Again. This is part two of my last full day. So join me in cramming a full-day activity into a few hours. Feel the panicked rush to try to take it all in one last time. Did I mention there's nudity?

Mid-Atlantic Trip Part 13: A DC Miscellany

I'm winding down, so some pictures from around the National Mall and Downtown Washington. Not many to go!