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In our world, creating and nurturing community is a revolutionary act

  The defining characteristic of neoliberalism is it’s use of crisis and disaster to force its market based dogma upon a captive society. In the process, neoliberalism  destroys community and compassion while encouraging rampant and destructive individualism. This has been a … Continue reading

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Collaborators

The Great Depression so discredited capitalism that it created space for the New Deal reforms implemented by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Many of these policies, influenced by economist John Maynard Keynes, involved massive government intervention in the economic affairs of … Continue reading

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Free Enterprise

In the United States the term free enterprise has been used as a key component of an organized propaganda program to concentrate corporate wealth and power. Political scientist, Alex Carey wrote that the “20th century has been characterized by 3 developments of … Continue reading

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The Empire Strikes Back

I discuss neo-feudalism at CK a fair amount. Okay, a lot. Going forward, I want to explore how Neo-feudalism came to be our reality. My decades of research have convinced me that this was no accident; shaped by benign, external forces. … Continue reading

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History Lessons

America’s very own historian is at it again. Over the weekend Newt Gingrich vowed that as a future president he would overrule “activist judges” who rule contrary to American cultural heritage. He warned of an uprising against the courts unless … Continue reading

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