Tag Archives: not a bug but a feature

The flight to serfdom (Part 2)

  Another example of neoliberalism working as planned. “Mom feared being beaten by United crew, so she didn’t complain when her son’s seat was given away.” Like I say, you can’t make this shit up. Sorry, here’s Part-1¬†

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Managing the Decline

  We are witnessing the first presidential campaign since the Great Depression that directly challenges the essential features of the US economy. All the controversy over social issues and immigration is just so much distraction from the bi-partisan economic policies … Continue reading

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A Milo Minderbinder Moment

Neoconservatives have a lock on American foreign policy with an¬†intellectual conformity among analysts, commentators and government policy makers that is breathtaking. This has happened, I believe, because neoconservatism represents the strong state necessary for neoliberal economic policies to be implemented … Continue reading

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Don’t do stupid shit

What the fuck is going on in the Ukraine? And why does the US seem hell bent on starting a nuclear war over an area that has no relevance to it’s national security? Talk about stupid shit. According to conventional … Continue reading

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