“Monuments of the West”

by Nikki Wallschlaeger First, the official narrative requires official heroes, strong men in service to the Republics. No matter what these men must appear to save the essence right on time. The official narrative was never in any real danger, as someone pointed out, gold as a metal burns at temperatures greater than wood. The…

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“Terrifying Monsters in Major Cities Across America”

by Nomax Jodevaski Dew of the morning breaks air & sun, recalling ice. Forget all that now. Hello. This is not a poem. Don’t draw attention. A telephone number is encoded in the first ten words of this text, each corresponding by their length to each digit. The area code is three two three. The…

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“Five-Point Plan of the Florida Communist Front”

by Nomax Jodevaski 1 I hate chess. I won’t play if you can’t shoot dice at it. I’m no cyborg. Next 2 year at tax time I wanna see their hands move when they audit. Like, at Subway. I am 3 the lepus rex. We cannae die. A congregation (Pentecostal) will have a cache of…

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“Why Must I Yelp While Being Shot At?”

by Nomax Jodevaski If there was a seesaw or a barrel, the effect would not be so pronounced. I can’t bluster honest grace without a lie to hold for balance. I sound ridiculous. It’s only when I can count on unsure footing that I’m certain the Earth won’t betray me like a 7-11 door (next…

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Extinction Rebellion’s Self-Defeating Liberal Tactics Won’t Stop Climate Change

Nascent climate activist movement Extinction Rebellion has come under fire recently as videos continue to surface online of the group cheering and clapping as their fellow demonstrators are led away in handcuffs.

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The Hypersurveillance Crusades

by Daniel Uncapher Don’t Be Scared—They Can Hear You! Police are violence workers. The license to violence, like the license to commit rape, daylight abduction, and secret surveillance, has been granted by the state in exclusive perpetuity to the police, who are expected to use these powers to bring people into the justice system. Normal…

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I Saw the Best Socialists of My Generation Cancel Allen Ginsberg

Ginsberg’s politics were consistent only in how he proclaimed whatever it took to convince his willing following that there was something dangerous in attending a poetry reading.

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All My Friends Live In My Phone and So Do I Part IV: The Anxious and the Bored

Without delving into senseless techno-pessimism or generational abstractions, we have to ask what this technology is doing to us, and how it structures our lives.

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