Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Party is Over

This article also appeared in Counterpunch. The Party’s Over Well, the party is over and the machine has prevailed. Our attempt to revive democracy in the electoral arena failed. Still, we owe Bernie so much. He has raised consciousness and … Continue reading

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Mr. Halle, Mr. Chomsky: Our Actions Express Our True Priorities

This article also appeared in Counterpunch Actions Express Priorities* It is far easier to criticize the social order than to change it. And our actions express our true priorities. ┬áThe Halle/Chomsky article advocating lesser of two evils voting demonstrate the … Continue reading

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Clinton and Trump. Fear and Fascism. Part two

Clinton and Trump. Fear and Fascism. Part Two. Read Part One Full Frontal Fascism Trump has returned a deep and frightening bigotry to the public discourse of the so-called center. Hatred has a long history in the US and, while … Continue reading

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Clinton and Trump. Fear and Fascism. Part One

This article also appeared in Counterpunch. Clinton and Trump. Fear and Fascism. We live in an age of consequences; intended and unintended. If we are to avoid, or at least blunt, the worst of what is to come, then we … Continue reading

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