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Money Madness … Foolin’ the People About Money, Part 2: The Wealthy Are the Creative Sector All Right … Creative in Stealing Our Money

Money Madness … Foolin’ the People About Money, Part Two: Obvious “Truth”—The Wealthy Are the Job Creators Obvious “Truths”: Rich people create the jobs. The wealthy are society’s creative sector. Poor folks don’t create jobs, don’t invest their money. That … Continue reading

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Better Off Than Fifty Years Ago? Part One: Foolin’ the People About America…Peaking in the Sixties

Better Off Than Fifty Years Ago? Part One: Peaking in the Sixties Obvious “Truths”: Americans are innovators and problem-solvers. There’s nothing Americans can’t do, no problem we can’t solve, once we put our minds to it. Things just keep getting … Continue reading

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Nadir of the Inauthentic, Attack of the Body-Snatchers: The WWII Generation cloned an army of Yuppie “Mini-me’s” in the 1980s

An Aborted Changing of the Guard – Attack of the Body-Snatchers Another reason these terms depicting cultural division, viz., generation gap and counterculture, went into disuse was due to the mobilization of the World War Two Generation–after their initial phase … Continue reading

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Becoming Self-Actualizing Instead of Self-Sabotaging – The Hierarchy of Healing

War, Violence, Earth .. and Our Tendency to Always Screw Up a Good Thing What’s So Bad About Good? Derailing the Cycles of War and Violence The question posed at the end of the last chapter was whether we would … Continue reading

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