"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
If the government no longer offer the conduit through which our sentiments and needs are addressed and our rights and safety protected, and only the "free" market granting those wants, then must we not also unwisely forgo the oversight and referendum that government would provide (Mr. Paul) in favor of libertine oligarchy (the danger of which threatens us now)?
i'm just saying, this two-tier justice system blows.
The following quote was taken from page 215 of David Harvey’s book “The Enigma of Capital” published in 2010 by Oxford University Press:
The following quote was taken from page 220 of David Harvey’s book “The Enigma of Capital” published by Oxford University Press:
Occupy Wall Street, still going strong in spite of police brutality.
Scott Walker's fellow Republicans are attempting to add a new requirement that all recall petitions must be notarized.
Thank god for Bernie Sanders. Why this man isn’t President is a sad commentary on America. If the 99% Movement doesn’t put forth a Candidate for President in the 2012 elections, please join me in writing in Bernie Sanders name. It is absolutely unconscionable that a Democrat or Republican be allowed to ever hold the office of Presid
Hi Thom Been a follower since you were here in Portland. You were correct in about 2007 when you said it would come down to taking to the streets by the common people. I know you never supported any violence, but I feel that some conflict resolution will be done by violence against our wishes. I still agreee with you about the Banksters and the damage they have heaped upon us is tremendous. Please keep up the good work.
I use the words religion,philosophy, and science to denote categories of human inquiry into existence. Science being the study of how things work. Philosophy being the study of how we derive knowledge and meaning. Religion being the study of peoples experience of God's presence and what that means to them. A person can be religious and not be involved with a socially organized religious faith.