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Amazon’s takeover of Whole Foods has raised alarms about economic concentration. No corporation epitomizes monopoly better than Amazon, who’s business model is predicated on losing money with their super-low prices in order to capture market share. Their dominant position then … Continue reading
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What do secret wars, regime change, spying on Americans, and bailouts for Wall Street have in common? They’re all policies of the deep state, according to Mike Lofgren, the Republican congressional staffer who wrote the groundbreaking essay Anatomy of a … Continue reading
What Are They Good For?
What’s the point of having two political parties that both represent corporations and the wealthy? My first post at Camelotkidd was entitled TINA,—“There is no Alternative,” proclaimed by Margaret Thatcher about the superiority of neoliberal capitalism. This phrase, uttered with … Continue reading
The documentary, “Hubris: Selling the Iraq War,” recently aired on MSNBC to mark the tenth-anniversary of the selling of the Iraq War by President George W. Bush’s administration. Sometimes I wonder if American’s even remember this shameful period. Thanks to Netflix, the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Alex Carey, Black Bush, Carnegie, corporations, Dave Chappelle, George Carlin, Gore Vidal, Hubris: Selling the Iraq War, Mark Twain, Morgan, MSNBC, NBC, netflix, Numerian, Phil Donahue, Pinkertons, propaganda, Rockefeller, The American Anti-Imperialist League Leave a comment