Four Americans Who Should Be Crying Out For Socialism
For consumers, and for children, minorities, the sick and disabled, and all victims of severe inequality, a continuation of Reagan/Clinton capitalism will lead to little improvement.
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The Third Way: Share-the-Gains Capitalism
The CEO of Chobani is offering a model that is neither no-lose socialism for the rich nor hyper-capitalism for everyone else. Can this work for America?
Unsure About Socialism? Here’s More Evidence That Capitalism Is Killing America
Reports from the past six months show that the ongoing record of capitalist greed and irresponsibility has plunged to new lows.
Bernie vs. Hillary is Really “Clash of Civilizations”
“Government of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich must soon perish from the earth—or the climate perishes first.”
The Ultimate Zinger: Just Call Something ‘Evil’
Big words, like good and evil, come with lots of emotional baggage, little of which stands up to logical scrutiny. The rhetoric of evil drags terms from old-time religion and serves the political class by oversimplifying moral and political complexity, a kind of instant moral sound bite. Is money really evil? Or all of capitalism? Or the western world as if personifies only the worst of humanity? What applies to individual morality works much less well with abstract institutions.
An ‘Extremist’ in the United States
“When conventional politics has failed to deal with pressing problems, we have no choice but to think beyond the conventions, sometimes in ways that may seem extreme.”
Capitalism’s Cult of Human Sacrifice
Manchester, a poor Mexican-American neighborhood in Houston, is just one example of how industrial capitalism is killing us on an altar of profit.
Can Capitalism and Mankind Both Survive?
American mainstream journalism isn’t asking the big question: Can capitalism and mankind co-exist? The reason journalists aren’t asking is that they know the uncomfortable answer is: No they cannot.
The Paris climate summit, dominated by the economic and political forces that are driving us toward destruction, will end with the usual empty rhetoric and a continued assault on the ecosystem.