Freedom and Democracy

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A Contemporary Christmas Carol, Part 1 – The sad case of a Leesberg VA exhibit on the courthouse lawn depicting a “crucified” Santa on a cross, to protest the materialism and commercialization of Christmas.

A Contemporary Christmas Carol, Part 2 – As demonstrations against the over-commercialization of Christmas grow more common, they grow more trivial in comparison to the terrible demise of the middle and working classes in America.

Occupy the Nation – With Occupy Wall Street a revolution begins.  It must survive.

Not What Reagan Wanted: Today’s wealthy plutocrats and their agents are not real conservatives – Conservatives of our era like Goldwater and Reagan would have condemned their attack on freedom and democracy.

My Worst Fears: This is why we blog.

Funding the Corporate Attack: Who’s funding the Corporatocracy in Michigan and the union-busting.

The Corporate State Wins Again: This is Chris Hedges’ substantially accurate, if not unduly pessimistic, assessment of the decline of democracy in America.

Class Warfare, the Final Chapter – Part 1: Michael Pirsch’s similar assessment, with an analysis of the attack on Social Security.

Class Warfare, the Final Chapter – Part 2: Michael Pirsch focuses on the increase in incomes and wealth inequality, and the military industrial complex.

Class Warfare, the Final Chapter – Part 3: Michael Pirsch on the politics of democracy: “A grassroots-based movement, as opposed to the billionaire-controlled, top-down Tea Party, will be able to effect progressive rather than regressive programs.”

Reagan Insider: GOP Destroyed the U.S. Economy: Paul B. Farrell on David Stockman, a pessimitic assessment.

Super-Rich CEOs are Killing Your Retirement:  Paul B. Farrell on the attack of the ultra-right, part 1.

Tax the Super Rich Now or Face a Revolution:  Paul B. Farrell on the attack of the ultra-right, part 2

New Civil Was Erupts Led by Super-Rich GOP:  Paul B. Farrell on the attack of the ultra-right, part 3

 

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