The Empty People

Forget the chains that bound us, the high’s become normal. And as we itch for that old feeling of liberation our vision gets blurred and our hearts turn black, because we can’t turn back the clock, it’ll never feel like that first time, so we fill the void […]

A Collusion of Confusion

D.G. Hart hits it spot on regarding the relative confusion and pathos that is the presence of the evangelicalism on the right and especially in the Republican party. Theocratic tendencies will always attempt to assert themselves in a vacuum of political sensibility and absence of a true, formal and active […]

The Larceny of Wealth

The bread which you withhold belongs to the hungry; the clothing you shut away, to the naked: and the money you bury in the earth is the redemption and freedom of the penniless.     ― Decretum Gratiani 12th Century If we suppose, that in the realm of rights that […]

The Irony of the Critique

The difference between representation and personification is the difference between realism and artistic license. The reproduction of events in visual and aural mediums denigrate the significance of the event if the pursuit a repristinated representation. If instead, personification is the goal, the accusation of historical distortion falls to pieces. Yet the critique […]

A Real Leader, Maybe The Last

In 1961, on September the 25th President John F. Kennedy addressed the United Nations General Assembly. There is no doubt in my mind, that if ever was required a day to celebrate the dignity of a United States President, as we do for Presidents Washington and Lincoln, it should be President Kennedy. Here is […]

Blindness As Virtue

I hate those moments when once again I’m confronted with cowardice and ignorance that masquerades as humility and wisdom. It utterly diminishes me. I just swell up with a surging maelstrom of anger, sadness, defeat, despair and shame for my fellow man who lives by facsimiles of virtues. A life filled with nothing […]