That’s the long and the short of it: I’ve moved to Substack with my writing and have given up on Medium. I’ll tell you why.

From the time I started my blogs more than four years ago, I co-published most of my posts on Medium. I was attracted by the…


At the end of my last piece in this space, I promised to discuss why, and how, the RICO statute — the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act — can and should be applied to the Biden crime family, the Democratic Party which has protected and furthered it, and the…


The survival of American democracy is at risk as never before

Candle in Darkness, Rahul, Pexels. Used with permission.

Democracy dies in darkness. If you care at all about the very survival of American democracy, you should be absolutely terrified of what is happening right now with the cold-blooded and utterly partisan repression of information being perpetrated by…


What the Democratic Party is counting on to win in November

Historic photo, veryhangry.com, used under Fair Use.

If you’ve been paying even passing attention, you may have noticed how one side of our political dichotomy thinks this is a nation of imbeciles. …


Heading toward a cliff we might not be able to climb back from

Notavandal, Unsplash

It is that time of year again, and it is Banned Books Week, marked this year from Sept. 27 through Oct. 3. It’s been three years since I last did a posting on Banned Books Week, and…


If you think it can’t happen in the U.S., think again

Skulls and bones of victims of the Khmer Rouge. Source: History.com. Used under Fair Use.

If you know anything about the Khmer Rouge’s reign of terror in Cambodia in the 1970s, you understand the reference in the title of this posting. People who wore eyeglasses were deemed to be bourgeois and therefore needed to…


North Wind Picture Archives/Alamy Stock. Used under Fair Use.

How liberalism seeks to keep blacks in a permanent underclass

One of the vestiges of the plantation system which depended on slavery for its existence was the racial divisiveness perpetrated by economic elites to maintain their power and control over both blacks and whites. …


Re: With you in solidarity.

To tim_kim@nanowrimo.org on 2020–06–03 10:21 pm

Hello,

I’ve participated in NaNoWriMo in the past, but with this message you lose me.

Part of writing and creativity is an adherence to truth and at least some touch with reality. This message and what it contains is such utter drivel and woke…


It’s always nice to be right. It’s especially nice to be right about developments of great import and which have been the subject of machination and obfuscation at the highest levels. In all modesty, I can’t think of a single key point I’ve made on the conspiracy to undo the…


If you’re old enough to remember the Vietnam War, or if you’ve done some research on it, you probably know the term ‶fragging.″ …

Frank Yacenda

Frank Yacenda is a writer, editor, blogger, and entrepreneur. He has been a journalist, PR practitioner, diplomat, and professor of writing and journalism.

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