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21 June: A Day of Balance and Harmony21 June: A Day of Balance and Harmony by Rene Wadlow
21 June 2017
The 21st of June, the Summer Solstice, is in many cultures the cosmic symbol of balance and harmony: balance between light and dark, between the universal and the local, between giving and receiving, between women and men, and between our inner and outer (Add a comment)
Eureka: Narcissism, power or statesmanship?Eureka: Narcissism, power or statesmanship? by Akli Hadid
21 June 2017
Can you defend your country's interests when your children are not even citizens of the country whose interests you are defending? Or impose legislation on public schools when your own children are attending elitist private schools? Or impose auste (1 comment)
Puppet of History: Panama's Manuel NoriegaPuppet of History: Panama's Manuel Noriega by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
21 June 2017
The late General Manuel Antonio Noriega has done more to demonstrate the bipolar nature of US foreign policy in the Americas than any single, historically anointed individual. In its tendency to veer between outraged morality and cynical cold steel Realpo (Add a comment)
Georgia BroadwickGeorgia Broadwick by The Ovi Team
21 June 2017
April 21st 1913; Georgia Broadwick became the first woman to jump from an airplane. Georgia Broadwick was nicknamed Tiny because she weighted 85 pounds and was only four feet tall. Tiny made her first jump in 1908 at age 15. "I was never afraid. I'd go (Add a comment)
Civil rights workers disappearCivil rights workers disappear by The Ovi Team
21 June 2017
June 21st 1964. In Neshoba County in central Mississippi, three civil rights field workers disappear after investigating the burning of an African American church by the Ku Klux Klan. Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman, both white New Yorkers, had trave (Add a comment)
To Wake in FrightTo Wake in Fright by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
20 June 2017
What is inescapable in the Australian landscape is its cosmic character, one that mixes suggestively astral dust with the brilliance of the blinding sun. Desolate, parched earth becomes poetic affirmation, though it is the poetry of death and distraction, (Add a comment)
Tears for themTears for them by Gordana Mudri
20 June 2017
Tonight I could cry the ocean of tears. I could cry for every girl drowned in her fears, for every guy wrapped in his dark shadows. I could cry for their beautiful sad souls, wounded by this cruel world. (Add a comment)
Julius Caesar, Caligula and Trump: The Pornography of Violence: Is it Art Imitating Life, or The Other Way Around?Julius Caesar, Caligula and Trump: The Pornography of Violence: Is it Art Imitating Life, or The Other Way Around? by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
20 June 2017
Undoubtedly, Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is meant as art imitating life. Most people would agree. But is it really? Isn't Shakespeare's more realistic in the sense that it portrays the complex emotions that go into the making of a political conspira (Add a comment)
World Refugee DayWorld Refugee Day by The Ovi Team
20 June 2017
June 20th; Every minute eight people leave everything behind to escape war, persecution or terror. There are several types of forcibly displaced persons. (Add a comment)
JawsJaws by The Ovi Team
20 June 2017
June 20th; on this day in 1975, Jaws, a film directed by Steven Spielberg that made countless viewers afraid to go into the water, opens in theatres. The story of a great white shark that terrorizes a New England resort town became an instant blockbuster (1 comment)
World Refugee DayWorld Refugee Day by The Ovi Team
20 June 2017
The United Nations' (UN) World Refugee Day is observed on June 20 each year. This event honours the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children who are forced to flee their homeland under threat of persecution, conflict and violence. (Add a comment)
Paris QuartetParis Quartet by David Sparenberg
19 June 2017
An angry, malcontent species is making an angry, uninhabitable planet. A violent species is making a violent, uninhabitable planet. Political power craves greater power. Flexes pleasure in being above law and question. Flexes pleasure in domination. (Add a comment)
Teasing Theresa: The EU, Brexit and the British ElectionsTeasing Theresa: The EU, Brexit and the British Elections by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
19 June 2017
It took little time for political leaders in the European Union to start dangling the carrot in front of a wounded British Prime Minister. Theresa May's defeated victory in the British general elections had barely sunk it, and the comments, even invitat (Add a comment)
Do We All Deserve That Kind of Karma?!Do We All Deserve That Kind of Karma?! by Leah Sellers
19 June 2017
Oooo-wee ! Did you hear about Rob's running into one of Henry's cows yesterday mornin'? Zeke asked his old Friend. (Add a comment)
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