Monday, September 27, 2010

Monday, September 27, 2010

"The Rising Tide of Barbarism. Prospects for Socialism"

"Why is There No Political Outlet for Anger on the Left These Days?"

"Auerback: Where is Huey Long When You Need Him?"

I don't see any chance of a real progressive uprising of any kind, at least in the old 'First World' countries.

"Is rising inequality in America exaggerated?"   As consumer goods manufactured in China are cheaper than those goods manufactured in the United States used to be, the poor are actually better off than it seems!

"Neil MacFarquhar: New York Times' correction"  The New York Times lying about a supposed enemy of the Chosen is normal and expected; correcting a blatant lie is very unusual.

The stuxnet story smells.  The target is Siemens equipment, which is used all over the world.  Of course, increasing paranoia will make research all that more expensive and slower in Iran.  And any attack which supports the myth of Jewish racial supremacism helps to deal with the fang-pain of being unable to nuke innocents in Iran.

"They just want their comics back!"  Teanuts follows the first Peanuts comic strip.  Speaking of Family Circus, Jersey Circus.
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