Hurricane Wilma Video – Mother Nature’s Fury

This footage was shot by storm-hunter, Mike Theiss, as he tracked the massive storm known as Wilma which smashed in to the Florida coast on 24th October, 2005. Mexico was also broken by the terrible winds. It’s hard to imagine just how much power is contained within a hurricane. Rebel Voice expects that a person […]

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad   by Colson Whitehead Cora is a slave. Her mother Mable is a slave. Her grandmother Ajarry is a slave who was, in the words of Bob Marley, stolen from Africa, brought to America. Yet Cora is strong like Ajarry. She has dreams like Mable. Cora intends to be free. Set in […]

To Have and Have Not

To Have and Have Not  by Ernest Hemingway This is an oldie but, like other novels by this author, is one that has aged remarkably well, considering that it was first published in 1937. I can’t claim to be an authority on Hemingway. I wish I could. I would like to be able to discuss […]