One Year After the Capitol Riot, Many Americans See US Democracy in Peril 

A new NPR/Ipsos poll, conducted nearly a year after the January 6th incident at the U.S. Capitol, finds that Americans hold mixed views on how to characterize the events that unfolded that day – views that are driven primarily by partisan affiliation and news consumption. Moreover, more than one-fifth of the American public agrees that […]

One Year After the Capitol Riot, Many Americans See US Democracy in Peril 

How Donald Trump Turned Jan. 6 into a Windfall

For millions of Americans, Jan. 6 was a jarring day that ended their nation’s 150-year streak of peaceful transitions of power. For Donald Trump, it was a windfall. Ever since his supporters stormed the Capitol as Joe Biden’s victory was being certified, Trump has continued to falsely insist he won in 2020 and paint the…

How Donald Trump Turned Jan. 6 into a Windfall

Of Epiphanies – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Dora is guest hosting Poetics with an invitation to write about an experience of an epiphany. dVerse Poets – Poetics – Epiphany In The Time Of Holiday Photo: Along the trail near Niagara Dam, in this desiccated land nature surprises with beauty arising. “Every moment an epiphany arrives and cleaves the mountain asunder.” […]

Of Epiphanies – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Epiphany, 2022

Some people I know label this Adventone not to remember –this Christmas disappointingcompared to so many of years past,or anticipated in years to come,the old year itself –a good riddance, gladly gone. Instead, I cherish them,not only because I’m at an age,when I don’t dare discardone single Bethlehem,because I can’t get a roomat my favorite […]

Epiphany, 2022