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As Heads Is Tails Just Call Me Unconvinced

June 25, 2013


“Just as every cop is a criminal And all the sinners saints As heads is tails just call me Lucifer (cause) I’m in need of some restraint” I’ve always found ‘Sympathy For the Devil’, by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, to be one of the most profound social statements of the classic rock music era.  […]

Lara Logan – Journalistic Integrity – it’s not always an Oxymoron

October 11, 2012


I have the sense that I’ve just discovered the needle – or at least a needle, in the proverbial haystack.  A field reporter inside the belly of the beast – the legacy, political, corporate media, that has actually dared to contradict that media’s anointed President and his administration. It’s a little shocking to hear what […]

‘Swear Words’

April 26, 2012


A friend of mine and myself were discussing the breakdown in trust between the ‘we the people’ and our government. Economic markets track an indicator called the ‘Consumer Confidence Index’. Pollsters conduct a similar one for citizens called ‘Right Track / Wrong Track’. I think a better indicator, one that I have referenced in other […]