Over the years, I’ve ‘experimented into’ many of the things I write about, or that seem possibly worthwhile for shifting away from toxic-culture norms and back into a healthier way of living. 520 more words
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Why are stock prices rising while the real economy is doing so badly?
Answer: Stock buybacks.
Mike Whitney, writing for Counterpunch, explains how corporate CEOs keep their stock prices high even when their sales and profits are lagging by borrowing money and buying back stock. 173 more words
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
The purpose of our existence, beyond realizing our eternal connection with the Almighty, is to serve others. We’re here to offer ourselves to the awakening of the masses in any way we see fit, and our perspective starts to shift when we realize we can no longer live solely for ourselves. 1,368 more words
Physicians for Social Responsibility, in a report issued several weeks ago, estimated that more than 1 million people died in Iraq during the past 15 years as a result of U.S.-led military operations, and more than 300,000 people died in Afghanistan and Pakistan. 223 more words
Today marks the fourteenth month without Brett. It was a typical day, typical for the new normal, you could even say a good day, it’s earth day. 633 more words
2016 could be a really interesting election. Or not.
If the R’s nominate a right-wing flame thrower, Hillary Clinton (hereafter “Hillary,” meaning no disrespect) the Democratic Nominee Presumptive (hereafter DNP) can just coast to the middle of the spectrum and pick up the votes of Republicans who have been nervous since 1964, when Barry Goldwater spooked them. 1,798 more words