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Douchebag Alert!

I HATE Ayn Rand.  Hate her.  And all her insane fascist hyper-capitalist followers.  These guys espouse her philosophy perfectly.  It’s worth a skim, reading the whole thing causes glazed eyeballs. http://www.cnn.com/2010/OPINION/09/16/brook.moral.code.outdated/index.html?hpt=T2 It’s important to keep in mind that at the … Continue reading

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The Search/Propoganda

Every moment is spent in search. Is it really right in front of us? – Satori? And what happens once we’ve found that moment? Should we drop everything and clutch it for the remainder of life? Is it to be … Continue reading

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Anarchy – Mission, Feasibility, and Implimentation

I remember when I first realized that the notions I had regarding politics and social affairs could most closely be called Anarchy.  I was in one of my Spanish literature class (to my delight my second major, Spanish, was filled … Continue reading

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Giving The Economist More Grief

Yesterday I left this comment on this article from The Economist: A “new normal” for the world economy: After the storm.  I love how for years Economist decried any sort of government intervention as the macro-economy deteriorated, but as soon … Continue reading

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Why Obama Matters

Egypt and global Islam – The battle for a religion’s heart I normally hate The Economist for its condescending, pro-capitalist slant – even this article shows the lengths that this publication is willing to go to present the “other” as … Continue reading

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Bad Philosophy

Leaving in six hours… A thought – I love philosophy, when applying notions to everyday life. But when it comes to professional discourse, the actual field itself – those prolix and extraneous terms and labels get wearisome, and stray too … Continue reading

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Malatesta – Anarchy Part III

This is a continuation of Anarchy Part I and Anarchy Part II, which Errico Malatesta called his greatest work… “…We know well how in social economy theories are too often invented to justify facts, that is, to defend privilege and … Continue reading

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