Monday, October 13, 2014


As positive myths about Christopher Columbus are disproved and momentum therefore builds behind the idea to turn this holiday -- Columbus Day -- into one that honors the indigenous peoples of the Western hemisphere, I launch this blog.  It is devoted to the effort to move US politics beyond the status-quo as more evidence mounts that proves the necessity of such an effort in order to spare the human race from environmental doom, allow opportunity for all citizens of this land, and uphold the principles that made the constitution of this country the best in the world.

Please always feel free to comment on and to share this blog.  I look forward to fact-based and constructive exchanges of information and of ideas with you.  For now, several of my previous works are posted and backdated here so some substance is offered immediately.  Thank you for visiting!

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At the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin said of this
feature of the presidential chair, "I have often and often in the course of the session,
and the vicisitudes of my hopes and fears as to its issue, looked at that, behind the
president, without being able to tell whether it was rising or setting.  But now at
length, I have the happiness to know that it is a rising and not a setting sun."

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