Tag Archives: America

The Miserable Jigsaw of the Chump Administration

I must admit that David Remnick’s commentary in the New Yorker titled “Little Rocket Man” gave me the impetus to write this and I am stealing his words in my title here. When I read, The increased military display on … Continue reading

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We’ve Already Lost

‘Tis a depresso-matic title, I realize; but think about this: we are all bantering about the various readings, tweets, FB posts, insta-thisesandthats about this damned election and it’s not even officially summer yet. I know that your eyeballs are as … Continue reading

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UnTENable

adjective: incapable of being defended, as an argument, thesis, etc.; indefensible. Synonym:  baseless, groundless, unsound, weak, questionable. origin of un + tenable – 1640-50  Middle English British dictionary definitions: (of theories, propositions, etc) incapable of being maintained, defended, or vindicated … Continue reading

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Of Bullets and Benjamins

We are a nation held captive by terrorists who are wealthy and white. They fund the campaigns of their puppets who no longer pretend to bring forth a government of the people, by the people, for the people. The less-than-1%, … Continue reading

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And this is how she arrived here…

It’s been weeks since my last post when I was lost among the vineyards of Manzano, Italy; enjoying the countryside, a dear friend and her wonderful family, and tasting the richness of what life can offer a squarely middle-class American … Continue reading

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Fail Your Way to the Top and Get a Raise Too!

Have you heard about the new dance craze in America? All of the people over $150K earnings for upper administrative/management employment are shimmying and shadowing to the beat – it’s called the BEAT DOWN of those actually doing all of … Continue reading

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Peristaltic Procession

First, let me thank my friend Monica for lending me her excellent David Lodge novel, “Nice Work”, as this provided me with today’s title. Ah! another entry in Dana Jae’s NEXTworld blog: I’ve been reading a bit of the Guardian … Continue reading

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The most brilliant, insidious plan ever – pure evil…

  This is America: drowning her citizens and caving in on herself. Though it’s truly one of the wonders of the world found in Cape Perpetua, Oregon, Thor’s Well  (AKA: Spouting Horn), is considered a “gateway to the underworld”. This … Continue reading

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The Insidious Lie of the American Dream

T’was the night before MayDay and all through the land Every worker left stranded held a vote in their hand When all of the town bell towers struck thirteen The people all realized the lie of an American dream For … Continue reading

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Capitalism Kills

When you get right down to it, this is the crux of the matter here on earth right now with humanity hanging in the balance to the ultimate greed of the super-rich. I couldn’t help but notice the true underlying … Continue reading

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