Monthly Archives: February 2021

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A Prose Poem by Anon ymous I love edges. Anything that can take me down another city block, around corners; into the permanent. The air is lousy with shouts from irritated cars. It’s all breakable; you tell me joy is … Continue reading

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Acquittal Vindicated the Constitution, Not Trump

An editorial by Mitch McConnell Jan. 6 was a shameful day. A mob bloodied law enforcement and besieged the first branch of government. American citizens tried to use terrorism to stop a democratic proceeding they disliked. There is no question former … Continue reading

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Another Lie Revisited: Jewish Ritual Murder

An essay by Steve Brownstein A religious Christian woman concerned about anti-Semitism sent me a link to a series of anti-Semitic YouTube videos. This included graphic videos simulating what is claimed to be the ritual Jewish sacrifice of Christians. The … Continue reading

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Vowel Movement

A Poem by Donal Mahoney When a writer lacksverbs and nounshe’s the victim ofwriter’s block.His mind may housetoo many consonants,too few vowels. Without vowels,his consonants congealand become a mass.The result isverbal constipation.The only cure,some doctors say,is a very big vowel … Continue reading

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