Tag Archives: The New Yorker

Summer Solstice Celebration of Bicycles!

“The bicycle is a curious vehicle. Its passenger is its engine.” John Howard, Olympic cyclist, set a speed record of 152.2 mph in 1985 It’s the longest day of the year up here beyond 42 degrees north. The weather is … Continue reading

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The Money Issue

If there’s a shred of doubt in your mind that the United States is in the throes of endgame empire, look no further than The New Yorker June 7, 2021: The Money Issue. Every issue of The New Yorker follows … Continue reading

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The Long Blue Line

“It shall not be lawful for any negroe or other slave to carry or arme himself with any club, staffe, gunn, sword or any other weapon of defense or offence, nor to goe or depart from his masters ground without … Continue reading

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