Saint Petersburg, Russia The AngloZionist propaganda machine is constantly warning us that Russia is about to invade some country. The list of candidates for invasion is long and ranges from Norway to the Ukraine and includes the Baltic statelets, Poland and even countries further West. Of course, we are also told that NATO and the […]
This section was originally part of my Taylor Swift post but I took it out because it was too long. Please read my Taylor Swift post first if you haven’t already (it all ties in together). For me, “Clean” was the soundtrack of my sophomore year at USF. I was in love with someone who […]
He’s a figure of mystery and terror as iconic as Count Dracula or Frankenstein’s monster: the masked phantom who lurks in the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera House. There are quite a few film adaptations of Gaston Leroux’s classic tale, with varying degrees of faithfulness to the original material, but the most famous incarnation is […]
By Doug Porter / San Diego Free Press
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for the town criers at Fox News, when reality intrudes on their dreams of a White (Evangelical) Christmas.
This year the outrage was triggered by a church nativity scene referencing hypocracy about attitudes toward immigrants and an asssertion about The Left opting for child pornography over Rudolf the Red Nose Reinder for holiday entertainment.
San Diego’s Mike Slater got the call from Fox and Friends this morning to bemoan a statanic statue in Illinois, and the banning of candy Christmas canes in a Nebraska classroom.
Visual Journals in the Context of Art Therapy: Developing a Relational Therapeutic Alliance Using references from my lectures, training/studio groups, reading material and personal experience of making visual journals, I will explain why I believe therapeutic mixed-media journals to be a very effective media and method for art therapy; particularly with the client group […]
I can’t tell you how many times I have shopped on Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, and Whatabout Wednesday and then lost track of who is supposed to be getting what. A few years ago I started making a folder in my email for Christmas gifts so that I know who’s who and what’s what. I […]
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The AngloZionist propaganda machine is constantly warning us that Russia is about to invade some country. The list of candidates for invasion is long and ranges from Norway to the Ukraine and includes the Baltic statelets, Poland and even countries further West. Of course, we are also told that NATO and the US are here […]
Grandma I was only a fragile little kitten when I met my savior for the first time. I was drenched after wandering in the rain for what seemed like hours. It was awfully cold and I was freezing to death, until a kind-looking grandma found me taking shelter between soaked boxes on the roadside—clearly not […]
What far too many conservatives do not understand is that disagreement with certain protest tactics does not mean that you do not support “fighting back.” Disagreement with certain tactics certainly does not mean you are actually on the other side. Movements throughout all of history have had disagreements on tactics. We should not be making […]
PETA (People against Exploitation of Tasty Animals) have a long history of being complete nutcases and coming up with some pretty crazy campaigns to stop people eating meat, even though millions of years of evolution have designed us so. It seems they may have just gone full retard, and you should never go full retard! […]