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November Secrets

This week, there is a lot of buzz on the Internet about voting machine fraud and manipulation.  In my novel, titled Once: Once (or 11:11), I predicted the use of voting machine fraud to sway an election.  This was published … Continue reading

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Earth Day, Dr. Seuss, and handicapped parking

For some in our society, today – April 22 – is a religious holiday.  They dedicate this day to the worship of Mother Earth.  Therefore, without further comment, I will simply reprint here a Letter to the Editor that I … Continue reading

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Lament for the Seventies

Throughout the 1970’s, the magazine called Northwest was a renowned and respected Sunday magazine in The Oregonian.  And I had the honor of having my work published there on three occasions. Northwest’s short yet prestigious history is recalled in this … Continue reading

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