Karla Fetrow’s “The Icelandic Accord” is the end of the dystopian novel because the bleak future has already arrived. And it’s refreshing as a cold glass of water to know that humanity may still be capable of solving the world’s problems through intellect and heart instead of more CGI explosions…
At the time it was built, it must have been an engineering marvel to the farmers and townspeople of Gettysburg. The bridge appears to be a conduit, linking the past with the present.
The only ones who need to fear socialism are the ones who turn people into numbers for profit.
Our history is one of rebellion. We do not trust the law to always be fair and impartial. We don’t want the law to be fair and impartial. We want it to understand and perfectly reflect our individual points of view.
Isn’t it wonderful to be bigger and stronger, invulnerable? I am rebellion!
Karla Fetrow: Hollywood now sits in a pastel dress, hands folded primly in the lap.
It’s all about winning, not listening to each other, as our sock it to me society takes potshots at each other.
Karla Fetrow: The nationalization of assets is a globalist’s biggest stumbling blocks. To protect our autonomy and our heritage, it’s time to become nationalized environmentalists.