Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Day That Changed The World

The coming election will probably change nothing. The wars will go on. The plundering of our national wealth will continue. The waste of our valuable talents and energies through unemployment and underemployment will march forward. Social Security and Medicare will be chipped away until sometime in the future they are hollowed out and meaningless. The rich will get richer and most of us will be grateful for the few scraps we get. But we CAN change the world. Continue reading

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Aw shucks, Jethro . . . it’s just a damn gun!

Gun ownership is strictly regulated in Japan. It takes several years even to obtain a hunting license. Meeting someone with any type of gun, even a hunting rifle, is an extreme rarity in Japan. Continue reading

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