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The Increasing Loneliness of American Exceptionalism

CLICK IMAGE TO READ FULL POST by Deena Stryker When in 1629, the Puritan Minister John Winthrop told British colonists that America would be ‘as Christ’s city on a hill’, he was issuing a warning: with ‘the eyes of the … Continue reading

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Was Marx right? Or was his timing just wrong? But, if so, what do we do with these ‘inglorious bastards’ — those sociopathic free market capitalists stomping hither and thither? Is it time for a great accommodation?

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Myths, Fairytales, and Power: An Introduction

There is much talk today about power — political, economic, military — not to mention the waning pop-psychological notion of ‘personal’ power that had infused much of the West’s preoccupation since the ‘80’s through the present day. We see this … Continue reading

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The Fairytale Nightmare Continues

Hurling wildly through space — a virtual hologram according to some new physicists — our vanishing earth continues to remind us about the limits to growth.

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The Liberals’ and Doomers’ Dilemmas

[Our very own DA (Disaffected) has given us a worthy but otherwise wordy reflection on the political charade that has become the dilemma of the American dream.  It is a common ailment of that class of citizen-subjects presenting and self-identifying … Continue reading

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