Tales of Macau, the biggest poker game in the world By Thomas Levene This article is, in part, […]
A poem by Yogesh Patel
with a warning: Drink responsibly
Courage is an eternal, euphoric spirit./ And only the spirit makes me/
speak aloud. And the trying/ freedom always needs it.
By Thomas W. Gilbert and Deborah Glaefke Gilbert In this realm of destruction, This hellhole called Earth, There’s […]
Eat your sops! By Phil Hall The key to preventing revolution, the powerful seem to have decided, is […]
The marchers came from all over North America in a shared experience; strangers hugged and held hands as […]
by Ciarán O’Rourke Mills’s movies are shaped by his peculiar obsessions, and this, in large measure, is their […]
Will there be pie in the sky for us when we die? By Phil Hall Socialist arguments against […]
Under The Greenwood Tree It was one of these evocative autumn mornings, so I was doubly shocked to […]
The Internet has been captured by billionaires. Progressive Governments must take note! OUR Internet should be in the […]
… and global warming: Blah, blah, blah! Zombie Apocalypse, 3rd October 2021 By Gordon Liddle ‘I asked him […]
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As defined by the Forward Prize winner poet Mona Arshi, a ‘rupture of empathy’ is amplified around us. As a human rights lawyer, she often observes it at a touching distance; yet keeps nurturing life, but in the end, the lilies have to be sadly left to be ‘beauty-drained’.