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BRACE YOURSELF–FASCISM IS COMING TO AMERICA

BY ARLEN GROSSMAN Published as a “trending story” in dailykoz.com, October 25, 2022 https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2131047/editwith over 135 comments. Published at opednews.com, October 27, 2022 (headline) Americans know very little about fascism. Most of us aren’t familiar with this dystopian form of … Continue reading

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BASIC ECONOMIC THEORY

A different Way to Look at Government Spending, Deficits, and Society’s Needs Hint: households can’t print money, but our government can.

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America Chooses: Semi-Democracy or Fascism

BY ARLEN GROSSMAN (Published at OpEdNews.com, Sept 1 2022, and was their #1 headlined article for six days with over 3300 views) In just a couple of months, Americans will cast an important vote. If we make the wrong choice, … Continue reading

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As the Fourth Great Turning Unwinds, Technology is Speeding Up the Process

By Thomas Hartmann/ TheHartmannReport/ August 19, 2022 These hinge points of history are never painless, but they always leave enlightenment and true change in their wake. As Russian President Putin tries his version of Hitler’s September 1939 “defensive” attack on … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges: The Dawn of the Apocalypse

We were warned for decades about the death march we are on because of global warming. And yet, the global ruling class continues to frog-march us towards extinction. By Chris Hedges/ ScheerPost/ July 26, 2022 The past week has seen … Continue reading

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America May Be Broken Beyond Repair

By Michelle Goldberg/ /New York Times/ May 27, 2022 In an ad released last year, Blake Masters, a leading candidate in Arizona’s Republican Senate primary, cradles a semiautomatic weapon. “This is a short-barreled rifle,” he said, ominous music playing in … Continue reading

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What you need to know about the anti-democracy movement

Who’s funding it, why it’s inspired by Viktor Orban, and what it aims to achieve By RobertReich/ RobertReich.substack.com / May 19, 2022 Decades ago, America’s wealthy backed a Republican establishment that believed in fiscal conservatism, anti-communism, and constitutional democracy. But … Continue reading

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The Last Days of American Democracy?

By Arlen Grossman Published in OpEdNews.com/ May 20, 2022 Published in DailyKoz.com/ May 22, 2022 The political situation in this country is precarious, especially amidst a worldwide trend favoring autocracy over democracy. Conditions here will worsen if the Democrats aren’t … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges Interviews Cornel West

April 15, 2022 In this premiere episode of The Chris Hedges Report, Dr. West joins Chris Hedges to discuss the decay of the American empire, the struggle to show international solidarity in the face of escalating militarism, and what it … Continue reading

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