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Here’s yet another video about the current state of affairs. This time it’s the late George Carlin. He’s considerably more profane and angry than gentle Robert Reich, but just as concise and just as eloquent. This rant from several years … Continue reading
Robert Reich explains it all in 2 minutes. He’s pretty handy with a sharpie too.
My blog post of January 18, 2009 may have identified the high point of the Obama administration: his inauguration. I’m fifty-one years old, so I should be immune to disillusionment, but the social safety net, one of the twentieth century’s … Continue reading