Monthly Archives: April 2016

Sunday Afternoon

Spreading shadow and light on surrounding walls Sun sprays through the twisting curtains. In the table you’ve just polished The window glistens. Foot in his mouth and dreaming Our sleeping cat curls in the corner No sign he’s aware that … Continue reading

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Media and Reality

Of all the caricaturing journalistic jargon I’ve read since Donald Trump got into the contest to be the Republican candidate for president of the United states in 2016 I’ve noticed two bits of writing saying something about reality. One piece … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s King John

I learned from television news that President Obama will visit the Globe Theater to comomemerate the 400’th year since Shakespeare’s death. King John, Act 2, Scene 3; a citizen of Angiers and Philip the Bastard

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A Road Well Travelled

As the dust settles around the Donald Trump image and he adopts a proper humbler attitude with apologies widely heralded online for at least a week, he seems to be growing into that middle of the road. As Democrat former … Continue reading

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Working Class/Middle Class

Salon’s Stephanie Land article reveals that the lines separating middle class and working class are blurring. In fact I think that before Donald Trump started running to be the Republican nominee for president I had thought that almost every one … Continue reading

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I just read a Salon  online article by Stephanie Land who identifies herself as a working class white person the same people that many online journalists say are Donald Trump supporters. When I put her name into the Google box I … Continue reading

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When I put donaldtrump into the Google box here’s one of the things that came up: “Donald Trump’s ‘Charity’ Is a Money-Making Scam Not only does the GOP frontrunner avoid giving any of his own money to charity, he manages … Continue reading

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