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Chris Hedges’ Interviews Noam Chomsky on Precarious State of America

Once again, Chris Hedges nails it in his article, Noam Chomsky Has ‘Never Seen Anything Like This,’¬†discussing the precarious state of the current American political landscape and bringing to bear Chomsky’s rigorous and insightful analysis over the last several generations: … Continue reading

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Owed to Knot Rhyming

The ability to rhyme Is not my paradigm I brandish cacophonies To unleash new homeys Word And soul full plurality Welcoming that which can knot Be beat My poetry is offbeat.¬† That is not to say that it doesn’t have … Continue reading

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