Tag Archives: Bill Moyers

bringing discontent to market

We are settling into the winter of our discontent. A grey winter.Short days and grey skies. Optimism and hope are overcast. Is this gray a new dawn we are witnessing or a dusk? Is this the gray of a decaying … Continue reading

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take off your slippers: only the nice die young

and so it is it really possible to effectuate a meaningful change in the organization of society? A fulfillment of the Isiah prophecy of relations between the spirit without the intermediary of material considerations.Can we as infants, at least aspire … Continue reading

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on pain of death: the bonding process

The dangers of militarism.And its connection with the two other ” triplets of evil” named by Martin Luther King Jr. : racism and consumerism. GRACE LEE BOGGS: I’m sorry, but I think if we stick to those categories of race, … Continue reading

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wayfaring women: the prodigal daughters

Most conflicts seem very complex; the origins are rooted so deep in time that resolution is akin to staring into an abyss and engaging in a dialogue with something vague and furtive staring back: Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. The … Continue reading

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JUST WINDOW SHOPPING

Liberalism is often thought to be a panacea for righting ┬áhistorical wrongs, and using condemnations of past behavior as moral leverage to limit current freedoms for the greater good of the society as a whole. Much of our present thinking … Continue reading

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Who Moved The Cheese.

In business terminology Luck= A Prepared Mind. However, when you make the rules and shape the outcome, luck can become the normal, even banal. Matt Taibbi’s reporting in Rolling Stone, ”The Great American Bubble Machine”, is like a bad rash, … Continue reading

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