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The Soul of America…

Having lived on Earth for 70 years, warehoused in a dozen federal prisons for 20, and now “free” for the past three, my knowledge and experience with all this compu-high tech is limited. Tech-wise, I might as well have been on a prison asteroid.PrisonMiningColony

America, the land of the world’s largest prison gulag system in the history of the world, currently 2.4 million souls and growing, will most definitely usher in prisons on asteroids. I can almost predict how it’ll go down. more…

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Weed, Cops & Revolutions…

A few days ago, a comrade (I’ll call him “Delgado”) decided to leave his legal marijuana operation here in Michigan and visit Bolivia (medical marijuana is lawful in Michigan).Nature's Bounty-1

Given his years of journalism throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America, I expect to soon see his news and analyses appearing again in TheRagBlog.com, an international newsmagazine (and radio show) rooted in the 1960s. more…

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Prison Time, DNA & Sociopaths…

During my first 16-yrs (1990-2006) in the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), I was incarcerated as both a drug and political prisoner. (Of course, the American Gulag doesn’t have any “political prisoners” so they use the term Management Variable as a catch-all designation.)

After 16-yrs in high- and medium-security prisons, I was designated minimum-security and transferred to a camp in 2006.  more…

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2013…Jubilee Year?

Allow me to open the New Year with some basics. Given a 25-yr bit with the feds I’ve had plenty of time to spend on studying humanity from the ancient Neolithic to relatively modern times (the stone to Bronze and Iron ages; 10,000-2000 BCE).

Some think that humanity has socially progressed over the past 10,000 years. Technically perhaps, but for the rest of it…. more…