Rage Against the Machine Day 9 by Lori Bonati

Lost and Found by Lori Bonati of Loristory   A few days after the 2016 U.S. presidential election, I picked up my guitar and wrote a song. I just had to. The numbness and shock were wearing off, reality was setting in, and my emotions were about to erupt. As I strummed my instrument, an …

Rage Against the Machine Day 8 by Carl D’Agostino

The Dictatorship of the Clock by Carl D’Agostino of I Know I Made You Smile         Carl D’Agostino was born in Staten Island, New York in 1949. He has lived in Miami, Florida since early childhood.  He retired in 2006 after 33 years as a high school American and world history teacher …

Rage Against the Machine Day 7 by Vince Horan

Letter to the Editor by Vince Horan of Compassion Zone   Sreejit, I was on vision quest in Sedona, AZ when I received your invite for the November post title; Rage Against the Machine.  Your title threw me a bit because I see this title as encouraging the same methodology that is being employed by the very regime …

Rage Against the Machine Day 6 by Jagati Olson

An Unexpected Journey by Jagati Olson of Emerging Design Consulting   I love my rage. When I tap into it, I am immovable; no human being can defeat me. I am firmly established in my power and have no fear. There is no doubt, no hesitation. My victory is assured; it is just a matter of time. Many …

Rage Against the Machine Day 5 by Mark Paxson

Let’s Choose Love by Mark Paxson aka KingMidget of King Midget Ramblings   It’s been a year now since Donald Trump was elected President. A year unlike any in my adult lifetime (I’m now 53 years old, so I’ve lived through a few decades of American politics.) and very possibly unlike any in the 241 year history of our nation. …

Rage Against the Machine Day 4 by Sanaa Rizvi

Rage against Racial Prejudice by Sanaa Rizvi of A Dash of Sunny   In the words of Audre Lorde; “It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” It’s believed that the world has progressed, that man has come a long way ever since he first set foot …

Rage Against the Machine Day 3 by Karuna Poole

Creating Light in the Darkness by Karuna Poole of Living, Learning and Letting Go I’ve watched and read more news in the last two years than in the rest of my life combined. I feel almost compelled to keep informed about what is going on in my country, and to some extent in the world. …

Rage Against the Machine Day 2 by Levantine

Pistol Shots at the Past By Levantine aka Batool Zalkha of Levant Woman   The life you have lived doesn’t matter, what really matters is the story you tell about your life… I convinced myself that I could invent my past, and go on as if nothing happened – as if I didn’t live in …

Rage Against the Machine Day 1 by Rudran

Thank You for Your Service Mr. Trump By Kevin (Rudran) Degnan   As the story goes, Donald Trump was recently at a function with the Cardinal of New York City. The Cardinal bowed his head and took a moment to “thank the omnipotent Creator for all of His blessings.” Donald Trump deeply touched, stood up …