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On the Importance of True History

How did an intellectual fraud like Howard Zinn become the go to guy for American history in our public schools?   It’s sort of outrageous.   I remember when I was of a different mindset and more open to his … Continue reading

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Pandemic 2020

The days are dark but we will get through this. Pandemic 2020 by Michael Doyle Mass graves mark the passing through Of the last major outbreak of flu There are not moments relegated to history But a devastating part of … Continue reading

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Laurel Canyon Vibe

The 60s Los Angeles music scene was a very special time.  I would love to have been there to seen all that talent in one place. Laurel Canyon Vibe by Michael Doyle There was an avalanche of sound That echoed … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: When A Woman Is Talking To You, Listen To What She Says With Her Eyes

“When a woman is talking to you, listen to what she says with her eyes.” — Victor Hugo      

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Finished Ideas

To design for toying or for play allows the imagination to stray.  Does it not? Finished Ideas by Michael Romani Finished ideas Have no place In the imagination All idylls To embrace With our fascination The only limitation Is that … Continue reading

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In the Wonder of the Star

A star led the wise men to find a babe in a manger.  The wise still seek Him. In the Wonder of the Star by Michael Romani In my loss, I feel my shame No longer certain in my own … Continue reading

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Thankful For That Yellow Brick Road

A poem of gratitude # 23 for the songs of my life that feel deeply in my heart: Thankful For That Yellow Brick Road by Michael Romani A pre-winter’s chill is felt to the bone As I sit here thinking … Continue reading

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First Principles: Virtue Is Not Hereditary

“When we are planning for posterity, we ought to remember that virtue is not hereditary.” – Thomas Paine (1776)    

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