The Real Tragedy

By Chris Bunton The real tragedy is that We the People of the United States, of all races and beliefs do not trust our media or our leaders. Our media is divided, and divides us. None of them tell us the complete truth, or don’t tell us anything unless it has lies twisted in. OurContinue reading “The Real Tragedy”

Dead Beat Dad No More

It’s Father’s Day, and we must prepare for all the Facebook posts where single mothers call themselves, mom and dad. This attitude should be a perfect example of why Dad is not around any more. Now, before you jump on me and say “It’s about the children!!” You must realize that I understand that, andContinue reading “Dead Beat Dad No More”

Release

I was in the arctic.Those frozen forests of Alaska.North of Fairbanks,in the wild Yukon. It was night,and the moon shown,on the white, bright snow.Everything had a light, blue glow. It was cold,minus 60 degrees,and I prayed to God,for a sign to go. I needed a change.A new life, away.And a way to go. A wayContinue reading “Release”

The Diet of Primitive Peoples

The Diet of Primitive Peoples  I saw a meme on Facebook and it got me thinking. Here’s what the meme said: “Vegetarian is an Indian word for ‘Bad Hunter’” It’s funny, and it was meant to be a joke on vegans or vegetarians, but it also shows what some people believe about our ancestors. IContinue reading “The Diet of Primitive Peoples”

Those Mines

Those mines ruled my world.The coal mines of Southern Illinois. My family came from,the Tennessee mountains.to dig in those mines. They fought the Civil war and died.They farmed and mined.They sang, fought and prayed. Working men breathing that dust,killing themselves every day,and drinking it away at night. Union men from Lewis day,beating scabs to death.Continue reading “Those Mines”

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