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The Great American About Face: Context of The American Awakening – Cool Hand Gipper (The Great Hustle) and What the 1% Would Still Have of Us

Culture War, Class War, Chapter Thirteen: The Great American About Face Once Upon a Time, Kindness Was a Noble Thing Why Insist on the Same Mistakes That Led to the Great Depression? You don’t know what I’m getting at. But … Continue reading

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Giving the Finger to Armageddon – Some People Are Just Tougher Than Death … Or So They Think: A Conversation on the Eve of Apocalypse

Conversation on the Eve of Apocalypse Between a Boomer and a Gen Xer: An Anatomy, in Story Form, of the Machismo Attitude Toward Our End Facing Apocalypse, People Are Becoming Zombies People are becoming zombies in the face of their … Continue reading

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The True Story of How America Was Remade in the 70s and 80s to Benefit the 1% and Drugs of Choice and Generational Cultures – Fifties, Gen X, and Millennials

Culture War, Class War Chapter Four: Drugs of Choice and Generational Cultures – Concocted Worlds Dawn of the Dead: Yuppies, “Me” Generation, Reagan, Matrix Manifesting, and Drug Effects – Speed Drugs of Choice and Generational Cultures – Concocted Worlds. America’s … Continue reading

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Better Off Than Fifty Years Ago? Part 5. With the Excuse of “The Game,” Small-Hearted Folks Can Now Flaunt Their Mean-Spiritedness – The Compassion Gap

“Stop War? Now, Don’t Go Gettin’ All Kumbaya on Me!” … Foolin’ the People About America. Better Off Than Fifty Years Ago? Part Five: The Compassion Gap So what happened to our country? We were supposed to be a country … Continue reading

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Kumbaya—You Value People Over Rules? You’re No Doubt a “Hippie”: The Great American About Face, Part Two

Compassion = “Hippie.” Mean-Spirited = The “Real” Reality of The Game: The Great American About Face, Part 2 Noticing That Tax Cuts Don’t Work = Kumbaya, You’re a “Hippie” Why has it gotten back to to where it was at … Continue reading

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The Great American About Face, Part One: Why Insist on the Same Mistakes That Led to the Great Depression?

Once Upon a Time, Kindness Was a Noble Thing: The Great American About Face, Part 1 You don’t know what I’m getting at. But this is the indicator of the gradual change in our country that would be missed by … Continue reading

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Manic Irrationality, Voodoo Economics, Booming Debt and Mean-Spiritedness: The Eighties Began with Reagan Rising and Lennon Dying

Manic Irrationality, Voodoo Economics The Eighties Began, Ominously, with Reagan’s Election and John Lennon’s Assassination The Eighties began, significantly enough, with the death of John Lennon and the election of Ronald Reagan. Concurrent with the epidemic of cocaine use was … Continue reading

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