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First Principles: When the Press Corrupts Politics, It is the Press That Is The Means of Our Political Regeneration

“It is the press which has corrupted our political morals — and it is to the press we must look for the means of our political regeneration.”– Alexander Hamilton, 1804 Yes, Virginia, this is not the first time that the … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Thoughts On Reaching 50

A blend of bits of reality mixed with a column that I read: A Woman’s Thoughts On Reaching 50 by Michael Romani At risk and at torment of feeling superficial She looks in the mirror, feeling somehow less special Weight … Continue reading

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Mohala Tutu Pele

Mohala Tutu Pele by Michael Romani With great and sudden power Pele arrives announcing Like a blossoming flower Passionately pronouncing That as mother of her family She breathes within her fragility Creation as one within destination Freely taking while giving … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Shed Dead Ideas Like Dead Leaves

“Oh, would that my mind could let fall its dead ideas, as the tree does its withered leaves!” -Andre Gide, author, Nobel laureate (22 Nov 1869-1951)        

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