Powerful words on Idle No More from a non-Native writer and a human-rights perspective: “What other religious and non-religious whites would do well to remember that it doesn’t matter whether there is or isn’t a God. All that matters is that all human beings have certain inalienable human rights, and when the rights of even one human being are denied, it means that a statement has been made: All people are equal, but some are more equal than others.”

Elyse Bruce

Today’s blog is written by guest blogger, Thomas D. Taylor.  He is the Co-Creator of the Midnight In Chicago initiative as well as the Author of  “Geo-213: The Lost Expedition” and “Evil Creeps In: A Tale Of Exorcism” and a number of other books. 


Thank you to First Perspective for re-publishing
this blog article to their website.

Thank you to The Journey for re-posting
this blog article to their blog site.


At the time of this writing, I am 81,000 words into my upcoming anthology of short horror stories and near to the point of finishing the last story in the anthology. Soon will come the laborious process of revising and proof reading, and then the pre-launch activities.

It’s a very exiting time, and a very tense time. People who write will tell you that whenever you write, never mind when you are entering the final lap of the race…

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