“I honestly think that until we get on the same page, you can’t tell a woman about their abuse. A man cannot do that. No one can. It is so individual and so personal, it’s galling when a powerful man steps up and starts dictating the terms, whether he intends it or not.”
The overwhelming preponderance of dead-end box store jobs and part-time positions offering little or no benefits is what we have become in this so-called modern era.
Capitalism as an economic system has been hoisted to a status none dare criticize as though it were a religion.
Cooperation is a fundamental quality of the time; it sits within a Trinity of the Age alongside Unity and Sharing.
The 1930s were a rough time for all who labored.... Or sought work.
If pressure were to mount on Franken, or more accusers surface, here’s one win-win idea: Senator, why not fall on your sword and offer to resign only if Trump does?
It is too soon to say, but there is one year until the midterms, and many of us are waiting with bated breath.
If you do not take hold of the monster within, he will take hold of you. Both on a personal basis as well as the monster we know as human history.
As with the needless sacrifice of our young Amerikans during Vietnam, ditto for the use of them again in these Middle Eastern 'phony wars'.
The following are examples of some of the most worthwhile causes out there.
“The greatest purveyor of violence in the world: My own government, I cannot be silent.”
We either struggle and strive, by and any and all means, to end the system -- or it will end us.
But what is this ‘invisible’ and ‘utterly invisible’ violence that is inflicted on us mercilessly, and has a profoundly damaging impact, from the day we are born?
Trump’s policy plans will end up hurting many people’s jobs, even though one of the biggest planks in his campaign platform was his promise to make jobs “great again” in America.
Regardless of who is our president, from either of the two ‘War Parties’, military spending has been going through the roof.
The trial in tiny Cavalier, North Dakota, in remote Pembina County, was heartbreaking.
Despair seems an apt response to events one cannot reconcile, of circumstances of which one cannot gain perspective nor control.
Sharpening truth with moral outrage and clever, insightful ridicule is precisely how we weaponize it.
When voters enter the polls in 2018 and 2020, they need to be thinking of Swampzilla.
Why is it that before every sporting event we have not only the national anthem, but honor guards and giant flags spread across the field of play?
With a higher standard deduction for most taxpayers, the average U.S. citizen might see some benefit from President Trump’s new tax plan.
More violence leads to more fear making it easier to gain greater social control to inflict more violence….
Amerikans need to begin acting like Americans again, and say NO to empire and YES to saving our towns, cities and states from the predators who now run things.