Tag Archives: Koch brothers

Life without Google

I slipped off my anti-Google wagon yesterday. It would have been day four of my life without Google if I hadn’t regressed. Like other addictions, Google use becomes a habit before the unsuspecting victim even realizes it. Every morning, and … Continue reading

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It’s a conspiracy!

In a conversation with someone new, I’m often aware of an invisible barrier that arises between the speaker and me when I hear the word conspiracy. A friend from the Internet Writing Workshop captures my feelings when he says, “Conspiracy … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: A Robin Hood for Today

BufferRecently, I ripped through three seasons of BBC’s Robin Hood. The fabulous thing about Netflicks: Watch Instantly is that you can see one after another, all free from commercial interruption, until you can’t sit still for another minute. I’ve always … Continue reading

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Cylons Among Us

BufferThe Koch brothers are actually succeeding in manipulating public opinion in America.  I’m happy to finally learn this truth, because I’ve been wondering in writing and aloud what we in America can be thinking about when we embrace self-destructive policies.  … Continue reading

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