Police incite violence everywhere every day. Is this fact lost on you? Perhaps it is time to change police actions so things don’t reach such a fevered pitch? Blaming the symptoms of a problem I.E. civil unrest rather than the glaring problem of a disrespectful militarized police force leading things up to this point is […]
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U.S. COURT DECISIONS CONFIRM “DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE” IS A CITIZENS RIGHT AND NOT A GOVERNMENT GRANTED PRIVILEGE. By Jack McLamb (from Aid & Abet Newsletter)
I wanted to post this article by Mr. Jack McLamb for the education/debate surrounding your “Right to Travel” and the government turning your basic right of movement from a right into a privileged. The interesting verdict in this article is that, it is backed with multiple case law citations. In 2011, Georgia Representative, Bobby Franklin […]
FEATURED FIRST RENAISSANCE
When his mind was set on something there was no turning it around. Beg, plead, try to reason, it didn’t really matter what you did. In the end all any of that ensured was that the thing you were trying to dissuade him from carrying out was not only going to be done, it was […]
Jack had been sitting on a bench at the park near his house for the past few hours now with a beat up copy of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas. At his feet was a messenger bag with a large bottle of water, some stones of sentimental value, some pens, some paper and the odd object […]
Hey all you Zenners; like anything that rapidly evolves, we have sprung up with a new little appendage; the ZENINTHECAR.COM STORE. This is something we have actually wanted to do for some time but have had it on the back burner simmering until we could see it bubbling up with goodness. Now the aroma of […]
ZEN IN THE CAR T.V.
In the following Midnight Zen D.L. Crumpton gives a reading from his piece Flirting with Chaos which first appeared on ZENINTHECAR.COM about a year ago. Not one for wasting a good story, he resurrects his recollection of living chaotically for the audience of Jaded.
With recent legislation such as HB 310 being passed here in the state of Georgia by politicians so caught up in the web of legalese they can’t understand the simple language of the Bill of Rights, the flippant attitude towards the People has once again been openly flaunted by representatives who seem to only represent […]
While taking the time to go through some of the folders on my desktop, I rediscovered a little gem. A term paper I wrote a couple of years back titled How to Dispose of the Body. After reading it I just knew this piece of literature had to be shared with the world so I […]
By now you already know that Leonard Nimoy has crossed over at the young age of 83. Not only Star-Trek fans, but fans of all of Nimoy’s lifetime of work are saddened by this loss and when I first learned of his impending departure I too was saddened before I was able to put this […]
As I write this on February the 15th of 2015, I am in quite the reflective mood. Today is the four year anniversary of my Father’s passing or crossing over if you prefer. This little piece may be inspired by him but it is my intention to write to anyone who has had to endure […]
“Fear keeps us focused on the past or worried about the future.” – Thich Nhat Hanh “When we are tired, we are attacked by ideas we conquered long ago.” – Frederich Nietzsche Like the unforgettable lyrics of the song that demands replay, finding light in a void of darkness is a cycle of the records […]
FEATURED MIND AND BODY
No one is an island and anyone who knows that, knows that the best part of life is coming across others who are taking this journey in a similar fashion. I love it when people come into my life that see things in a similar light and make their journey through life in like manner. […]
FEATURED MERIT’S CURE
April 18th, 2013 Thursday 11:53 A.M. Last: Merit’s Cure Chapter Two In the oldest of scripture it’s said that when you change your name you change your fate. No one knows the truth of this statement more than me. Who I was as a child had come to an end. Who I would have […]
Last: Merit’s Cure Chapter One April 17th, 2013 Wednesday 12:02 A.M. I remember a good bit from my early childhood. Well, actually I remember all of it now but for the sake of not overwhelming you with a lot of psychobabble of how the mind works, I’m just going to say at this point […]
Last: Merit’s Cure Prologue April 15th, 2013 Monday 3:50 A.M. I don’t know if I have the adequate amount of vocabulary to describe exactly what it’s like to be in a situation where mere centimeters and seconds draw the thin line between life and death. Probably the best way for you to put yourself […]