Thursday, April 27, 2017

Do Women Have to Register for the Draft?

NASA Spacecraft Dives Between Saturn and Its Rings

New website offers US women help to perform their own abortions

Emmanuel Macron’s campaign team bans Russian news outlets from events

Sexism, racism and bullying are driving people out of tech, US study finds

House GOP ‘Struggling to Get to Yes’ on Revived Obamacare Repeal

Poem
















































The quiet beneath the tsunami,
the solitude of storm - 
lends madness in the waiting, 
before the night gives in.

Each moment  of the  psychosis,
All aloft in the  Elbridge inn time -
  lend a  torsion  and a  torment,
 that seeks to find an error bliss.

Longing for as echo midst the  undiscovered time,
 a brooding that can only be sublime,
 and yet as terrible as bright dreams may come,
 to  yearn before some unbroken grace.

 Oh what  learning I must do,
 to learn from that which haunts a new.
So to find that inner squalor,
 that burns outside the iniquitous savior.

 and so to grace I commend my  unrankous
 salvation



Leo Baxendale: Bash Street Kids and Minnie the Minx comic legend dies

The Virtuoso of Compassion

Fannie and Freddie, Back in the Black

Women Doctors Earn Less—and Not Because of the Jobs They Choose

This Restaurant Chain Wants to Bring Chinese Hotpot to the World

Are we losing the art of being alone?

Why the United States Government Embraced the Occult

Kim Stanley Robinson’s Latest Novel Imagines Life in an Underwater New York

Chided by Brussels, Hungary’s Leader Attacks George Soros

In Mexico, an Epidemic of Fuel Thefts Becomes a Crisis

Venezuela Says It Will Leave Pro-Democracy Organization

Some Surprising Dog Breeds Have Ancient American Heritage

Supreme Court Rebuffs G.M.’s Bid to Limit Ignition-Switch Lawsuits

Trump Rules Out Swift Nafta Withdrawal in Favor of Renegotiation