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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? Advertisements

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Deja-Vu All Over Again

 By Angela Borozna (reprinted from Russia Insider) I grew up in Siberia during the Cold War and remember my fears of the United States. Images of Hiroshima were quite frequently aired on TV, and war evacuation plans were practiced at … Continue reading

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KFC Calling!! All Hands On Board!!

You know something?  No sooner does KFC (that’s right the Colonel’s own) open it’s doors in three prime Barnaul  (Siberian Rusia) locations, then the goons and goof balls of

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Recollection, Releasement, and Reconstitution

We live now in a world of unnatural wonders: virtual communities, corporate personhood, iPads, ‘bluetooth’ ears, selfies, 24/7 i-spy eavesdropping, instant global communication; all the accoutrements to give bureaucrats, emperors, and dime-a-dance dictators a complete set of controls over their … Continue reading

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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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