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"I See No Future Here": Migration To Taiwan Surges 28% As Hong Kong Residents Flee

Hong Kong was already one of the world’s most unaffordable cities before the unrest over the extradition bill started 11 weeks ago. But now, it’s both unaffordable and not particularly safe, more residents are looking to maybe find somewhere less expensive, that’s not quite such a political powder keg. 165 more words


Was capitalism a mistake…?

Was capitalism a mistake…? we are probably dead
capitalism so
the answer is clear…

April 2nd,

The question will induce howls of protest in some quarters but if a process generates… 254 more words

The New Cold War and the Redoubling of U.S. Propaganda Power by Rainer Shea

by Rainer Shea
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Rainer Shea: Anti-Imperialist Journalist, Jul. 27, 2019
August 19, 2019

The American ruling class decided that it would be necessary to start a 21st century cold war with Russia and China when it became apparent that U.S. 2,256 more words


#HaveTheDiscussion: Free Markets & Capitalism

Rachel Brevard wrote, what I thought, a great piece titled Hawley is Asking the Right Questions About the Dollar. I posted a few snippets from her article on Twitter and one quote brought out a quick comeback from my favorite… 695 more words


Racism Unhealed and Revealed: NY Times 1619 Project Leads the Way — Words & Deeds

America, it’s time we had that talk about racism. Specifically, I’m referring to the whitewashed version of history most of us learned in school. We can’t undo what was done, but we can–at a minimum–acknowledge the truth, a truth absent from too many assumptions made about the country we live in.   46 more words

White Supremacy/Racism

Inequality: Capitalism’s Biggest Challenge

This piece first appeared on the Independent Institute blog.

One of the most frequent shortcomings of capitalism cited by capitalism’s critics is inequality. People at the top of the economic ladder have so much more than those at the bottom. 667 more words