Let's consider who thinks it is okay to " thin the herd".
Yes, there are those for whom it is a logistical matter not a moral dilemma.
How many folks are at their core, content with the idea of mankind no longer on the planet?
How many think they will survive while others do not?
How do you feel about the idea your life has no right to continue?
How many folks do you know who have never considered they are as disposable as any enemy of america?
Do we join in being the killers rather than the killed?
hi, A good friend of mine at occupy LA made this video his name is Robert Lowden.
i think it's great, what do you think?
youtube video by rlowden song by kelly deco
Wow Thom. Three times I've called your show and you wouldn't let me speak. Not everyone has a gimmick. I was trying to tell you about Diane Nash, a woman who is mentioned in the same breath as Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, etc. You said I was trying to promote her and hung up on me three times. My mother doesn't need me or your radio show to promote her. She's already acheived enough for three lifetimes. Anyone who googles "Diane Nash Civil Rights" will get their minds blown. She won the Distinguished American Award from the John F.
A Capital Idea Part 95: The Public Economy -- An Intelligently Planned, People-Powered Approach
A new concept has been gelling in my mind recently, one that integrates and unifies several more familiar (at least to me) concepts -- the public economy. This may be a better way of framing the future of a better economic system than the various ideas I have heard thus far. Actually, I have heard of public capital as a concept. From there, it is not much of a jump to think of a public economy.
BP’s pooper scooper taped to a broom handle “clean up theatre” in the Gulf left behind 600 mile thick carpet of oil starting around 8 inches BENEATH the surface of the sand.
At the rate of clean up observed after the spill it would take until the year 2450 (around September) to clean up the Deepwater Horizon spill.
BP’s $0.5 Billion gift to Scientific Community (Feb. 07 via Univ of California) buys bogus “ocean bacteria fixes oil spills” claim.
Shame on Terry Hazen of the University of California’s Lawrence Livermore Laboratory for his $0.5 Billion bullshitting about “Intrinsic Bioremediation. The bogus study supporting the claim was even published in Science magazine.
inquirying minds need to know.
It appears that the seemingly-inexhausible stream of "anybody-but-Romney" candidates is finally nearing it's course. Did anyone with any sense of reality, be they Republican, Democrat, or Independent, think that Bachmann, Cain et al would have a chance against any candidate the Democrats would put up, let alone a sitting president? It appears that politics in today's USA is a cross between reality TV and gladiatorial sport; part titilation, part bloodlust, all entertainment. My question is this: when are we, the thinkers, going to gather, stand up and demand an end to
Over the last two years I have been an on and off listener to Thom’s show. I do remember his constantly raving about how good the European economic system was running. Retirement with full salary at 55, six weeks paid vacation, full free healthcare for life, benefits on more benefits. Now reality has hit the European Union. The baby boomers are rapidly retiring and the economic system cannot support the benefits promised to all the citizens.
The internet is killing many brick and mortar businesses that hire people, and pay taxes. The idea of promoting the internet (or "The Information SuperHighway") is way past practicality. The internet is doing quite well without any further tax breaks from the government. Email (especially Spam), Internet Advertising, Out of State purchasing, downloading music, books, movies and other media, among other things need to be evaluated, and tax structures need to be adjusted accordingly.