Month: December 2012


Originally posted on seyisandradavid:
      The solar wind blew but we are safe, despite the predictions, the earth stood still We are alive and well. The year will bring good tidings of love and hope! The sun, the moon, the stars and all other planets danced with the earth. Another…


Originally posted on The Lantern Room:
I caught sight of this frozen web suspended between two metal gate posts – a very cold-looking field lays beyond. I took this photograph a couple of weeks ago during a couple of days of very cold frosty weather sandwiched between the…

Namaste


By Jueseppi B.         The year comes to an end with much conflict all around our globe.   Wars in way too many nations, big and small, not one nation concerned about peace.   I don’t have a solution to the planets many many problems, […]


Originally posted on idealisticrebel:
Happy New Year to all of my dear friends here at WordPress. I want to thank everyone who follows my writing and a very sincere thanks to everyone who visits my work from around the world. I have learned so much from all of…


Originally posted on In Search of Style:
Mr. Militant Negro:I wish you, your family & friends a wonderfully joyous and healthy, safe, fun Happy New Year….See you right back here next year….Namaste. Originally posted on In Search of Style: View original


Originally posted on Sarah Potter Writes:
Window on the world. It’s never a normal day through an author’s eyes! With love and thanks to all my blogging friends for having made my first year on WordPress such an  enriching experience. May peace and inspiration prevail over adversity and…


Originally posted on Broadside:
Rape (Photo credit: Valeri Pizhanski) While the rest of the world recently watched the horrors of a mass shooting of schoolchildren in Newtown, Connecticut with disgust and dismay at Americans’ deep and profound attachment to private gun ownership, (consequences be damned), my own shock,…


Originally posted on Salty Palette:
Wishing you all the best in 2013!   I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my country and my world! This is…


Originally posted on Things My Belly Likes:
like me after Christmas, this dressing is chunky Happy New Year’s Eve everyone! Post-Christmas, I’m always looking to get into salads. Belly can only take so much rich food before it starts getting mutinous. So I’m loading up on healthy greens…


Originally posted on okieprogressive:
Bob Murl Bearden ‎Another senseless monologue by Wayne La Pierre of the National Rifle Association, as someone said, more of an advertisement for gun manufacturers than having anything to do in addressing the problem prevalent in this nation which is our addiction with guns.…


Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
Harry Reid (D-NV) and Mitch McConnell (R-KY) You Say 2012 Was Bad? More trouble than ever is brewing, not only in Afghanistan but across the border in P.. Obama on NRA Proposal Obama on Meet the Press: “I am skeptical that the…

I Feel Like Some Bernie Mac. I Miss Bernie Mac.


By Jueseppi B.       Bernard Jeffrey “Bernie” McCullough (October 5, 1957 – August 9, 2008), better known by his stage name Bernie Mac, was an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice artist, and comedian. Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Mac gained popularity as a stand-up comedian. He joined comedians Steve Harvey, Cedric the […]


Originally posted on Motley News:
Throughout Obama’s presidency, he has maintained more decorum than most presidents who have walked before him. In many ways, his tactics remind me very much of my own grandparents, and that is to let those making mistakes come to realize their errors and…


Originally posted on Black History 360*:
Let’s stop denying the election wasn’t a plebiscite on creating new revenue to reduce the deficit by raising taxes on the top 2%. This is to balance cuts in direct benefits. Let’s stop overlooking the taxes represent 4 additional cents on a dollar’s…


Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
How much clearer can the GOP get with their extortion threats to American citizens?  Graham is a Senator with enough clout to back up his threat.  This is shameful… Think Progress Although official Washington is currently fixated on the so-called “Fiscal Cliff,”…


Originally posted on Thoughts from the Outdoors:
————— Every leaf fallen to the ground…. The bare limbs as stripped dry as my soul on this frigid, winter day… Searching for a trace of warmth… One special candle to light my way… But finding only the stark whiteness off…


Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
The Week 1. OBAMA ACCUSES REPUBLICANS OF BLOCKING TAX COMPROMISE In taped remarks for NBC’s Meet the Press, President Obama said that Republicans “have had trouble saying yes to a number of repeated offers” to avoid raising taxes on the middle class, adding…

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