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Week Three: The Matchlock Gun

Our first holidays in our new house didn’t go so well. We ended up buying a "fixer-upper" in rural Hanover County. It had been built in 1927, right at the peak of the Roaring Twenties, by a robber baron who fancied a country house not too far from Manhattan. The previous owners had been involved in a protracted legal battle to demolish it and rebuild a garish post-modern mansion. Local preservation groups had filed four different lawsuits trying to stop the demolition. When Emma and I stepped forward to buy […]

PreTeena January 25-31

January 25, 2016 January 26, 2016 January 27, 2016 January 28, 2016 January 29, 2016 January 30, 2016 January 31, 2016 <———- The Previous Week’s Comics***** Next week’s comics —–>

Everyone Should Build Their Own Pirate ShipBy David Swindle

Dear Liberty Island crew; all my friends and colleagues from PJ Media,the Freedom Center, Taliesin Nexus, Rebel Media, the Daily Wire; and all other aspiring counterculture creatives eager to join a new kind of fight… I have worn many hats over the last 6 years. I mean this literally — and regard it as among my techniques for maintaining some semblance of balance in a perpetually shifting, turbulent new media ecosystem. In my years as editor, writer, blogger, and "new media troublemaker" I often had to change gears and tasks […]

Week Two: The Pipe Line

See last week’s opening: "Week One: The Inflection Point" * "I wish I was in Paris," I said. "Me, too," Emma said. "Maybe after the election. We won’t really have time for a honeymoon before that." "I mean, for the carbon summit," I said. "Oh. That. It would be nice. Better than this place, anyway." We were staying in a Days Inn in Hanover, county seat of Hanover County, New Jersey, waiting for our new house to close. Not to say anything negative about the Days Inn in Hanover, New […]

PreTeena January 18-24, 2016

Monday, January 18, 2016 Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Thursday, January 21, 2016 Friday, January 22, 2016 Saturday, January 23, 2016 Sunday, January 24, 2016 <————- The Previous week’s cartoons. **** Next week’s cartoons ————->

The Cursive Code

* "There were some surprises," said Piers when the group had gathered again some weeks later. "Now there’s an understatement," said Anomie, grinning. "Then surprise us," challenged Vince. "The cracking of the cursive code proved easier than I anticipated and daresay that it’s easy enough to learn that any child can do it." "We foresee a followup project designing an online program that would teach how to read and write the cursive code to anyone who is interested," said Anomie. "Along with any original documents that Denn can retrieve and […]

The Cursive Code

"After many years of debate and controversy, plans by the Federal government to destroy the Constitution of the former United States of America have been set for March 20, the great anniversary which gave birth to the Green States of a Diverse America," read Anomie Whitney. Around her, stood the other members of the resistance comprising the northern sector. The cell had gathered that day after an emergency message flashed earlier in the week via sub-wave. That message was ordered by commander Vince Norwood immediately after the news about the […]

Week One: The Inflection Point

In every campaign, there is an initial moment of choice–an inflection point that affects the entire course of events. It can be a policy decision that has major consequences for the race. It can be an unforeseen occurrence that shapes everything else that follows. It can be a stylistic matter–something as trivial as the typography on the campaign logo that ends up setting the tone for the campaign as a whole. In this case, it was my girlfriend deciding that she wanted us to buy a house. "I just don’t […]

Mortal Gods: Ignition&quot

Adam usually didn’t care a whit about a speech by the President of the United States but he was very interested in this one. So were many other Americans. "The Congress has failed to act on the immigration crisis, and because of that I must act alone," the President said after a few introductory words. "Not only will I continue using my prosecutorial discretion to refrain from arresting and deporting the undocumented Americans living among us, but I will use my executive powers as president to end this human tragedy […]

PreTeena January 11 – 17

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