The Lamest Responses to our National Crisis, in no particular order

Most Americans have never lived in a Third World country and are only now getting a taste of how things work when your late-stage imperial powerhouse of a country can no longer guarantee freedom, safety, and prosperity simultaneously. You can have the right to vote but still have no way of buying toilet paper. You…

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The Baby AIDS Bill: The CDC, LBG And COVID 19 A Tale of Two Pandemics: GUEST POST by Brittany Klein.

The following is a guest post by my friend Brittany Klein.  The CDC has a long history of playing on trend politics. If no other good comes from the current pandemic maybe COVID 19 will at least shine a light on some of the problems with the CDC and their often ideological motivated overspending for…

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Four Stories I See Differently Now

Roland Barthes was one of the French grandfathers of postmodernism. He wrote Mythologies in the 1950s. In that text he argued that myth was a language that made assumptions feel natural in people’s minds. Analyzing everything from detergent commercials to staged wrestling matches, he sought to understand how everyday symbols drove home political beliefs and…

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Stop justifying your complicity with evil by saying you’re in no position to act

On his way to be crucified, Jesus makes an eloquent statement to women who weep for Him. He tells the women not to weep for Jesus’s crucifixion, but rather for themselves and their own children. He says a day will come when everyone will regret ever having lived at all, because the judgment from God…

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David Stockman’s vision of the Turbulent Twenties: What to do with the church?

This article seems to be running on a lot of right-wing websites such as the Drudge Report: /https://www.peakprosperity.com/next-comes-the-turbulent-twenties/ In this Stockman, a veteran of the Ronald Reagan administration, talks about the problem of onerous debt and what he predicts will be a decade of painful contraction and economic crisis. His economic analysis cannot be dismissed.…

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