Category Archives: American fascism

A noun to be placed in hiatus

There are some words being used a lot lately, words which I feel could benefit from a time-out. You know, “Go to your room, word. We’ll let you out after we’ve gratefully forgotten they way you’re being used and overused.” … Continue reading

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Thoughts about The Golden Calf. Et cetera.

Earlier today, I pulled my bible from the shelf and dusted it off, intending to use it as a reference for the Golden Calf episode in Exodus, for reasons everyone can certainly grasp. Indeed, as I write this, America’s Golden … Continue reading

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How shocking was the Capitol assault?

This shocking: The heckling, praying, singing, chanting, and screaming grew louder, and the riot police inched closer together. The crowd was larger and rowdier than in recent years. Things were more tense. Violence had become common. Abortion clinics had been … Continue reading

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