Month: November 2016

Month: November 2016

Progressive voters disengaging from public policy discussions because they are tired of fighting is the ONE thing Trump’s handlers are counting on, because historically that’s what progressive voters always do – they show up every four years, vote, and then slowly go back to their lives. That leaves the serious people three years to shape

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Month: November 2016

Note to self

Lisa Wade: “We are the majority. We didn’t lose this election because we don’t have the hearts and minds of the people, we lost it because our institutions themselves are discriminatory and undemocratic. So, we need to stop fighting against our fellow Americans and start fighting for fair and justice political processes: end gerrymandering, end

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Month: November 2016

Month: November 2016

SEK

Scott Eric Kaufman was gone before I even knew he existed.  I had read his work, but never bothered seeking its source. Brilliant.

Month: November 2016

Month: November 2016

Things I Like – November 2016 Edition

This is a list I started years ago, after reading Jim Harrison’s The Road Home. Just a thing I use to remind myself to seek out the good stuff, and maybe something you guys might remember me by. Hot coffee Discarded feathers, especially from turkeys, ravens, raptors, and game birds. Apple trees Thunderstorms maps Winter

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Month: November 2016

Better To Light a Candle

Here we go, folks. I want to do this as a means of documenting how things are right now, just as the lights seem to be dying out. It’s a dim small spark, but it might serve to stave off at least some of the darkness.