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I know this post is way overdue but it is still important to understand that the observence of Labor Day which started in the 1890s was to exhibit to the public “the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations”. 379 more words


Friday September 8, 2017

My favorite works of art are psychedelic, and usually partake of what I like to call an “inner-cosmic epic” aesthetic involving ego death, ascension, discovery of hidden realms, humans becoming gods, gods become human — essentially, journeys inward to the edges of the known and beyond. 352 more words

Tuesday September 5, 2017

All of us contain within ourselves fragmentary shadow selves. Drink it up, knock it back. If illustrations of butterflies are not your thing, turn instead to… 391 more words

The Reality of Third World Exploitation

One Cube

Pramod Dev (2016)

Film Review

This short documentary examines the brutally exhausting lives of three Indian women forced into formal employment by deteriorating economic conditions. 226 more words


Review: The Jungle

The Jungle by Upton Sinclair

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Every day in New York they slaughter
four million ducks
five million pigs
and two thousand doves for the pleasure of the dying,

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Saving my Unborn Child

I’m so glad I’ll never have children.  I knew since my 20s, that I didn’t want kids. My reasons have changed over time but it turned out to be the correct decision. 79 more words

Wage Slavery

Today's Students: From Debt Peons To Wage Slaves by Michael Hudson

by Michael Hudson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Michael Hudson, May 31, 2017
June 3, 2017

Students usually don’t think of themselves as a class. They seem “pre-class,” because they have not yet entered the labor force. 1,605 more words