Monthly Archives: February 2021

Starship flight tomorrow? pl

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An Original Poem on Matsuo Bashō

A Grave of Grasses: An Original Poem based on Matsuo Bashō (松尾 芭蕉) The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Steven J. Willett A block print of Bashō from the 18th century by Hokusai. Note: On May 16, 1689, Bashō … Continue reading

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Can We Reform a FBI that Behaves Like a Gestapo?

Short answer–I doubt it. But it is a legitimate question to raise because there are still some patriots serving within the ranks of the FBI who are beyond distraught over the gross politicization of their once proud, respected organization. Some … Continue reading

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Flash! UFO overflies airliner

An American Airlines passenger jet traveling from Cincinnati to Phoenix encountered an apparent UFO over northeastern New Mexico Sunday afternoon.  The pilot on flight 2292 radioed around 1:00 p.m. CST and said that the unidentified object was flying right on top of them, according to a transmission recorded … Continue reading

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Debunking the False Insurrection Lie by the Democrats

The so-called “attack” on the U.S. Capitol was a set up, with several thousand Trump supporters acting as unwitting bit players in an event incited by Antifa and BLM agitators disguised as Trump supporters.  The FBI knew something was going … Continue reading

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Starlink to run 10 times faster than broadband

“ELON Musk has revealed his Starlink satellite internet service will be 10 times faster than broadband by the end of the year. The billionaire CEO revealed the news in a tweeted response to a Starlink customer. Musk responded: “Speed will … Continue reading

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Pindar Nemean 8 on the Ajax Tragedy Revoking Homer

Pindar Nemean 8 for Deinias of Aigina, Winner Diaulos Translated by Steven J. Willett A red-figure vase that shows Tecmessa covering Ajax’ corpse. Note: Pindar recounts the tragedy of Ajax far closer to the Sophocles tragedy Ajax and starkly revokes … Continue reading

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Naomi Wolf and the emerging fascist state

America is becoming a “totalitarian state before our eyes” under President Biden‘s leadership, feminist author and former Democratic adviser Naomi Wolf told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Monday. Wolf, who served as an adviser on Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign in 1996, told host Tucker Carlson that in her … Continue reading

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Sheila Jackson-Lee and the AR-15

I hardly know what to say about this. I have been an owner of firearms since I was 12. My grandfather sold or gave me (can’t remember which) a .22 single shot bolt action rifle with which I am sorry … Continue reading

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How to Fight Back Against Racist Attacks on White Americans

Looks like Jim Hoft’s piece from Sunday (Sounds Racist: McDonald’s Will Punish Executives if They Hire Too Many White Men) is not an isolated example of a new form of corporate racism. Gone to hell is Dr. Martin Luther King’s … Continue reading

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