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a local aging cultist died in prison very recently, one who could be deemed either a sociopath or psychopath, but the labeling of his mental illness isn’t the priority when considering how he was another example of how atrocities can readily be carried out through the mode of religion. 612 more words
Every once in a million years, someone from the hated 1% not makes a positive contribution to the culture but also attacks his fellow millionaires. James Laughlin (1914-1997) was not only a poet of some repute, but also the founder and publisher of the New Directions paperbacks that are to be found all over my library, including my favorite volume of stories by Jorge Luis Borges: 171 more words
Last week’s settlement between the Justice Department and five giant banks reveals the appalling weakness of modern antitrust.
The banks had engaged in the biggest price-fixing conspiracy in modern history. 798 more words