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The decay of western civilization

One of my correspondents, Irish financial advisor Christopher Quigley, recently sent me a link to his article, Civilizations Die by Suicide Not by Murder. In that article, he mentions famed historian Arnold Toynbee’s monumental work,  557 more words

The Political Money System

Mozart's Requiem a rousing close to Summers@Severance

Cleveland Orchestra
Patrick Dupré Quigley, conductor

Lauren Snouffer, soprano
Emily Fons, mezzo-soprano
Steven Soph, tenor
Dashon Burton, bass-baritone

Blossom Festival Chorus
Robert Porco, director

Mozart: Requiem, K626… 517 more words

What in the world is going on? — Part 4

In this interview below Paul Craig Roberts describes the neo-conservative ideology that has driven geopolitics since the end of World War II, and discusses the elite agenda, the prospects for the Trump presidency, and the US economy. 446 more words

Finance And Economics

Boonah World Environment Day in July

My family arrived in Boonah last Friday night, and stayed at the tranquil home of my friend Elizabeth who is a local resident and greatly involved in her local community’s efforts for sustainability.  713 more words

Poetry

Crappy art supplies, and why they work

I was in Michaels, the art mega store, purchasing black canvases.  They were the budget version and were on sale, 60% off for the two pack. 969 more words

COVFEFE Act

On the 12th of June 2017, Democratic Representative Mike Quigley from the fifth district of Illinois proposed the COVFEFE Act to the House of Representatives, and since it has been referred to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. 242 more words

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STAPLE Act likely to benefit Indians who constitute the largest number of students doing Ph.D. in the US

Indians are the largest recipients of these work authorizations.

The Bill, Stopping Trained in America PhDs from Leaving the Economy (STAPLE) Act, is likely to benefit Indians given that a majority of students from India pursuing Ph.D. 31 more words