The unraveling of a society’s institutions, stability and reasonable order does not sound alarms to forewarn the citizenry, apart from economic yardsticks measuring poverty, jobs, wages, health, savings, profits and other matters… 928 more words
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It is time for an urgent clarion call.
Given the retrograde pits inhabited by our ruling politicians and the avaricious over-reach of myopic big-business bosses, the self-described pillars of our society must step up to reverse the decline of our country. 1,044 more words
For his smallish stature, Amazon Boss Jeff Bezos has a booming, uproarious laugh. Unleashed during workdays, its sonic burst startles people, given it comes from as harsh and driven a taskmaster as exists on the stage of corporate giantism. 765 more words
The history of the Democratic Party’s disastrous agenda, starting with the defeat of Jimmy Carter in 1980 (and part of that was Reagan committing treason by making a private deal with Iran behind the back of the President–it’s treason because it’s privately dealing with a contrary foreign government for political advancement. 1,316 more words
In the course of having a radio program on WAPJ (Nutmeg Chatter) and a video/internet radio program Black Tie Lunchbox and over the course of writing articles for the Register Citizen not to mention my own Nutmeg Chatter website, it’s safe to say that I’ve conducted a lot of interviews. 1,898 more words
Chomsky to RT | ‘If you criticize policy, you are anti-American. That only happens in dictatorships’