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Broom With A View · 2d ago

A Few Words On Thanksgiving

I always say that after Halloween, it's a slippery slide into Christmas. ThanksgivingĀ  as an individual holiday with its own characteristics, is pushed aside, or has been relegated to being ...
Broom With A View · 1W ago

Safety First

Earlier this month, a man walked into a church in Sutherland, Texas with a semi-automatic ...
Broom With A View · 2W ago

Once More...With Feeling

This country has an undeniable infatuation with guns, powerful assault weapons in particular. As much as we'd like to buy into the romantic notion of the Old West being as American as app...
Broom With A View · 3W ago

Mists of Memories

We leave the light of Summer months to enter the long,dark days of Winter. It is the time to gather what we cherish close, casting away what we no longer need and what no longer serves.The V...
Broom With A View · 1M ago

Goodbye, Uncle Ray

Much has been written on the recent passing of Raymond Buckland. Love him or hate him, he did introduce an organized tradition of Witchcraft in the United States at a time when things like that just simply wasn't done. He never tried to hide the Craf...
Broom With A View · 1M ago

Was That A Banshee I Saw You With Last Night ?

One of the things I love most about Celtic/Irish mythology is its deliciously endless array of maleficent creatures. Culturally, the traditional Celtic lands are the main contributor to our ...
Broom With A View · 2M ago

Still Standing

cartoon by Alex GregoryWell, hello... I see we're still here, seeing how the latest Big Ra...
Broom With A View · 2M ago

Beware The Doom (Again!)

photo via GoogleIf you are as entertained by the tabloids as I am, you have no doubt come ...
Broom With A View · 2M ago

Never Ending Witch Wars

I am going to begin this post with a big old Charlie Brown sigh...Are you as tired of the ...
Broom With A View · 2M ago

September Siren Calling...

Painting by Vincent Van GoghSeptember is a rather seductive month, at first warm and sunny; at night the windows can still be thrown wide open in most parts of the US, and the sounds of the night creatures-crickets, katydids, owls, an occasional bark...