Yearly Archives: 2018


Primates are us—being self, being others (Aping around the holidays)

“As the holidays approach, we often remind ourselves of family time and moments of good cheer, whether celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or another sacral rite. It is a time to focus on much needed empathy…”

J.P. Linstroth
Published in: Pagosa Daily Post, Academia, Sierra County Prospect, Counterpunch, The Sunburg News, Bainbridge Island Review
Date: December 12,13,14,18,2018
1,108 Words

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Congress Must Reauthorize VAWA

“That the U.S. is divided on political issues is old news. Both the Left and the Right are deeply entrenched, resulting in distrust, animosity, and political gridlock…”

Laura Finley
Published in: LA Progressive, Art Voice, Superior Telegram, Z Net, Counterpunch, Bainbridge Island Review, The Sentinel Echo, Sierra County Prospect, The Sunburg News, West Side Gazette, Gilmer Free Press, DeSoto Times-Tribune
Date: December 10,11,12,13,15,18,2018
711 Words

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Undocumented Citizen

“When Jose Antonio Vargas was sixteen years old, he discovered that his green card was a fake. Unbeknownst to the grandparents with whom he was living in Mountain View…”

Andrew Moss
Published in: Counterpunch, Bainbridge Island Review, The Orange Leader, The Sunburg News, West Side Gazette, Sierra County Prospect, Gilmer Free Press
Date: December 10,13,19,2018
847 Words

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A Requiem for Donald Trump

“Aug. 27, 2026
I attended Donald Trump’s funeral today in a half-empty Washington Cathedral, curious to learn how the 45th president, who of course resigned in disgrace in 2019…”

Steve Klinger
Published in: Bainbridge Island Review, Counterpunch, Sentinel News, Press & Journal, City Watch, The Portland Observer, Sierra County Prospect, Gilmer Free Press
Date: December 7,8,10,12,13,19,2018
765 Words

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