Category Archives: History

Sympathy for the Dybbuk

Please allow me to introduce myself I’m the colonists end game excused land theft and genocide made the victims bear the blame < I was ’round for Deir Yassin and so many others unnamed star of david held to the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day, The Military and Social Security

This seems like a good time to remind our..cough..beloved politicians that a whole shitload of military vets and disabled/deceased soldiers’s families( wives and kids) live on and depend on Social Security, Disability and that pesky government health care (that all … Continue reading

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HEROES OF AMERICAN LABOR (Part VII)

By Jack Jodell, May 1, 2011. Previous installments of this series may be found at THE SATURDAY AFTERNOON POST (http://jackjodell53.wordpress.com/). Today is May Day, celebrated in every country (except the United States) as a day to honor┬álaborers. This is my … Continue reading

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StaYIng WiTh KeviN BLanCh – video blog “the Gulf, too”

and the Gulf of Mexico…. Related articles VIDEO: Where has the Gulf oil spill gone? (bbc.co.uk)

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Obama and the New Star Chamber

We have created an open ended blank check for ourselves. Remote killing of non-soldiers and innocents in countries that we have not declared war upon for an indefinite amount of time. Continue reading

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HEROES OF AMERICAN LABOR (Part IV)

By Jack Jodell, April 14, 2011 In keeping alive the spirit of the Wisconsin Service Employees International Union workers (whose right to collectively bargain for better wages and working conditions was recently stripped away by the uncaring arch-conservative Republican Governor … Continue reading

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How for Home and Freedom

The act of forcing water down a person’s throat to make them think they’re drowning. The panic it produces is primal, intense, and uncontrollable. Known today as water-boarding, we deemed it criminal enough to put Japanese prisoners on trial and … Continue reading

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