"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
I'm so glad that Thom brought up Grover Cleveland's 1888 State of the Union Address once again. That address inspired Jack London to write "The Iron Heel". It's available at Project Gutenberg, free for the taking/reading. It's only about 185 pages and is well worth a rainy afternoon's read.
It's hard to believe in 2011 that Grover Cleveland was considered "Pro-Business" when you read his 1888 State of the Union Address. Below is the first two pages of that address. You can almost hear the tone of Mr. Cleveland as you read it...
40 Million Jobs
NEVER LOSE YOUR JOB AGAIN
THIS IS HOW
Sell Special U.S. Government T – Bills
Revenue used only for Co-op America Program
it is not that hard ... Pailin could do it.
I love you, Thom. I aspire to be like you, but I've got to tell you: I think you should stop doing live updates from the protests all over the country. It's becoming redundant, and not to mention, some of these occupiers do not sound good on radio. Thanks, Thom.
You told the caller the problem is we need a new trade policy so don’t boycott Walmart for selling goods made in China!?
would someone please reply regarding conversation in the last half hour of today's prrogram, coversation re: right to assemble not limitable, someohow tied to Miranda, came in at tail of conversation, important as occupier at irvine CA . man this online client does not like my droid but you get my question
We can not have Supply Side Economics and Free Trade at the same time.With 22 Million Hard Working Americans unemployed because of our flawed Free Trade/Trade Policy they can not pay their fair taxes and with the rich paying only 35% in taxes where are we going to get the Revenue to run our Country ---------------- "End Disastorous Free Trade Now" -----------------
As groups of people become larger they tend to reach a critical mass where informal organizational methods become increasingly ineffective. They become more susceptible to frustration, disillusion, and disintegration through endless disputation, distraction, cooptation, manipulation, and subversion. Especially when wealth and power are at stake, undercover agents and provocateurs are to be expected, and they can operate most freely and effectively within a disorganized group.