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Stepping Back From the Brink
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Stepping Back From the Brink
October 18, 2020

When people give up on the state, politics flow out of the system and into the streets. We have seen that this summer, coming from the Left. Even with Mr. Trump as President, the state’s response has been supine. Monuments to people’s ancestors and heroes are torn down.

Can There Be More Than One Idea of Freedom in the 21st Century?
October 16, 2020

Through the years the idea of what freedom means has narrowed and at present its interpretation seems very much in the hands of the West, Tim Kirby writes.

Can There Be More Than One Idea of Freedom in the 21st Century?
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Inequality in America: Far Beyond Extreme
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Inequality in America: Far Beyond Extreme
October 14, 2020

We’ve all seen the stats on America’s extreme inequality. Over 20 percent of our nation’s income flows to the top 1 percent. The top 1 percent’s share of our country’s wealth is approaching 40 percent. Our top 0.1 percent hold roughly the same share of our wealth as our bottom 90 percent.

America Is on the Road to Revolution
October 1, 2020

Sooner or later, loneliness and isolation are bound to have political effects. The masses supporting totalitarian movements, says Arendt, grew “out of the fragments of a highly atomized society whose competitive structure and concomitant loneliness of the individual had been held in check only through membership in a class.”

America Is on the Road to Revolution
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America Is Finished
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America Is Finished
September 25, 2020

John Quincy Adams applied the points of a 2000 article on Russia’s “decline” to the United States of America today – and here’s what he found out.

Why Do Americans Give Away So Much Control to Corporations?
September 21, 2020

Why are we allowing the United States – this rich land of ours – to have so many impoverished, powerless people, dominated by the few?

Why Do Americans Give Away So Much Control to Corporations?
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The U.S. Is Borrowing Its Way to Fascism
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The U.S. Is Borrowing Its Way to Fascism
September 11, 2020

In fascism, major shareholders and the boards of directors they elect make all the key private enterprise decisions (what to produce, how, and with which technology and how to use net revenues or profits) as in private capitalism.

VIDEO: Blue Collar Workers and Democracy
August 22, 2020

Even an honest politician can’t do everything they want. So why do we vote for “dictatorial” results when we are proud of Democracy?

VIDEO: Blue Collar Workers and Democracy
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