Tag Archives: Lewis Carroll

Permanent emergency in the liberal imagination

  Over the weekend, Russia-gate took an even more surreal turn when former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was accused of being a Russian-stooge because she shared a table with Vladimir Putin and former General Michael Flynn in 2015 … Continue reading

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The Market is the Master

There is a vague sense of a new order growing up around us. Sometimes there’s a brief glimpse of it. Sometimes late at night there’s a whisper of it on the wind. I’m referring to┬áneofeudalism–a confluence of neoliberalism and neoconservatism … Continue reading

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Red Queen’s Race

Here at CK, I’m always thinking about our present dilemma. How did we come to an arrangement between neo-conservatives and neo-liberals to enact neo-feudalism? Lewis Carroll well described our present milieu years ago in his unequaled–Through The Looking Glass. “Well, … Continue reading

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