|by Charlotte Susumi • edited by John J. Bulten
1. Prophetess with oracular mystique
4. Persuaded one to believe the political-party duopoly is invincible, e.g.
8. Book that predicted the end of the world as we know it, in 1982: 2 wds.
9. Narnian denizen who always makes one good point
10. Remoralike nonproducing consumer
11. One born a citizen, even if dually loyal and so not presidentially eligible
13. Writer who declared the defeat of totalitarianism to be his only goal
16. Patriot and Deist Allen
17. Mazar-i-Sharif rioters who massacred workers at the U.N. Assistance Mission
19. Man who predicted the end of the world as we know it, in 1994 and 2011: 2 wds.
20. Held a second trial on (presidential eligibility, for instance)
21. Pacific nation where Michael Savage collected rare ethnomedicinal specimens
1. Obama’s trek to Seattle, Washington, or Jakarta, Indonesia, or Pakistan
2. Group among which William Miller predicted the end of the world as we know it, in 1844: 2 wds.
3. Print reproduced from a stone or plate original: colloq.
4. Seat fit for a Messiah
5. Nickname for the “silencer”, the heavily-regulated rifle suppressor
6. Book that predicts the end of the world as we know it, without date: 2 wds.
7. Ethnic moniker for Ronald Reagan
12. NPR’s flavorful term describing Caucasian influence in Washington, D.C.
14. Decadent pasta concoction
15. Overpoweringly offensive to the senses
16. Nebulous, ill-defined atmosphere in which podcasts and tweets come and go
18. Complete range of one’s repertoire