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Pride and Governments

I’ve done a lot of thinking over the years about systems of government and I’ve come to one conclusion: they ALL fail to one extent or another. Why do they fail? There’s a myriad of reasons; surely, some are specific … Continue reading

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Children on the Playground of the World

I look at the events of the world today, and throughout all of human history, and I can’t help but think that we are like children on the playground of the world. Some of us are bullies, some are the … Continue reading

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Robert Reich explains the War on the Poor and Middle Class in America

http://front.moveon.org/war_on_the_poor_reich/#.UvV39bTOWSo It’s amazing how succinctly this man makes his point, in only a little over 2 minutes.

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Plutocracy, get familiar with it. It is not your friend.

Everyone in the world needs to become very familiar with the word “plutocracy”  because that is exactly where every developed country today is headed. And sooner than we think. The biggest obstacle to that trajectory would be for the people … Continue reading

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protestations by the worker bee

who was the sadist that drew this box around us? told to us the color to dream, prize to covet, rung on the ladder to envy? what petty tyrant taught the bells to ring at 6, at 7, at 9? … Continue reading

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