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by Emmett R Smith

As Andrew Sinclair demonstrates in The Available Man, his 1965 account of the W G Harding presidency, what goes around in American politics (more…)

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In The Land Of Fools

by Judson Andersen

The God-damned FOOLS!  Even this little communist (more…)

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by Emmett R Smith

If in this year of 2008 these would-be presidential candidates we now have on our hands still don’t somehow “get it,” then Americans indeed will have to wait “four more years” for (more…)

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by Emmett R Smith

I Certainly don’t care a whole Hell of a lot for Mrs Alaska Republican Governor Clapspider, or her old buck husband The Pinhead.  Still, I am Iess than annoyed by stories the The Goof once advocated Alaskan independence.  But on the other hand poor not-so-old Barack Obama is now left (more…)

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“The Revolution”

by Bodwyn Wook

THOSE Proprietary classes who would control do approximate now to the utter end of their tethers.  An it be so then, on the basis of this weary circumstance alone, History doth argue Her melancholy case most clearly:  that proprieters have now no choice in their own interest, excepting (more…)

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by Wayness Tamm-Clattuc

In jungian psychology we are mainly concerned with the image-making activity of the psyche.  From our point of view then as students of the soul, the activity of the spirit archetype (“God,” religions and cet) is simply a necessary compensation for the eclectic randomness of the natural mind.  “God” is no less natural in this homeostasis than any other evolutionary (more…)

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 by Emmett R Smith

Like Mr Wormold in Havana, our man in Waseca has no notion of comfortable dress in ninety-degree weather.
     The relentlessly English Wook’s only concession to climate is to perch a Panama hat atop a sodden dark woolen suit and black shoes, and to saunter in the garden with a wet icy glass of Tanqueray and tonic (here hidden artfully behind his right haunch, from the glacial SWMBO who wields the camera).
     You should dream more, Mr Wook.  Reality in our postmodernity is not something to be faced….

[Emmett R Smith     all rights reserved     8 September 2008]

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