Tag Archives: One Market Under God

Surveillance is the business model

  In Surveillance Valley, Yasha Levine, challenges conventional wisdom and says that the Internet was actually founded by the US government as part of their counterinsurgency program in Vietnam. The US government wanted to build a connected computer system that … Continue reading

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The submerged state

  If the Democrats ever want to win another election they need to abandon neoliberalism. Post-Watergate Democrats turned their backs on the central tenet of the New Deal–that government should help Americans. In the process, they quit representing unions and … Continue reading

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We Live in a Political World

  Economic insecurity does strange things to a society. When both political parties pursue economic policies that benefit the 1% at the expense of the rest of the population those who are left behind turn to an alternative. Welcome Donald … 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¬†neofeudalism–a confluence of neoliberalism and neoconservatism … Continue reading

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