"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
Not going to happen.
This is an excellent read. Most of us liberals have been perplexed as to why any working class stiff (especially those in the lower income brackets) would vote against his/her own best interest and vote for corporate and wealthy interests instead. I am so glad to read that there are those in the field of psychology who are also perplexed enough to research this phenomenon and try making sense as to the WHY people willingly hurt themselves and their families in this political conundrum?
It's economics as usual out of the white house. Give away the People’s rights in the Commons and take advantage of any destruction you can facilitate in other countries (the environmental destruction in Canada related to the Pipeline will be fantastic) for the good of the 1% and their oligarchs.
Colored People, as portrayed by Julia Cameron Damon, is another feature currently on display at Summit City Noise, in keeping with Dean Robinson's fascination with persons of color, including his brother Vince, who couldn't be more his opposite. The relationship between Dean and his brother is so like that of my sister and me, except that they are more of a roasted coffee shade, Vince being the darker one, and I am a freckle-faced cracker while my sister has more olive tones.
My friend Dean Robinson in Fort Wayne is one of the most humor-laden one-man indy media dynamos in the Mid-west. Creator of Burt Skye, who blasts the Fort Wayne financial district with an automatic weapon, his new film (for mature audiences)
is absolutely hysterical!