Grainne Rhuad- Reflections on lessons learned from prison riots and behavior.
Bill The Butcher- Timbuktu has been a military dictatorship, a democracy and the center of an Empire. What comes next for this desert land?
Azazel brings us another installment in the Tales of the Black Flag series.
W.D. Noble- “And then what are you prepared to do?”, is one of my favorite lines from “The Untouchables”, It’s also what Occupiers across the country and in Portland are asking.
Azazel- I don’t know what she was thinking – was she desperate to make some kind of statement? Does she not fear the fascist troopers or is she simply high on something? In any event, she refused to follow the dictates of the megaphone; she just stood there dropping handfuls of cherry blossoms as the line of storm troops advanced on her position
W.D. Noble- Going broke slowly is something which even the rank-and-file can see coming – going broke quickly is a conundrum; one of those things which induce good old-fashioned panic.
Grainne Rhuad- What can we learn from the recent riots in London and the response to them by politicians and journalists?
Grainne Rhuad- Lord save us all from a hope tree that has lost the faculty of putting out blossoms.- Mark Twain
W.D. Noble: Obama sold out the whole country by way of caving in on nearly every budget-point to avert a governmental shutdown. One of China’s political
Bill The Butcher- If we’d had to win freedom through the barrel of a gun and pay for it with blood, we’d likely not be nearly so eager to give it away now.