Summary: America's largest problems don't appear in the in the headlines, but between the lines. Such as the hypocrisy poisoning our politics. Here are recent examples -- and a simple solution.
Summary: Here are some brilliant insights about our world from recent days. This is the kind of material of use to citizens, people who assume responsibility for America and work for its survival and prosperity. For the others it is just entertainment. America's information systems (not the computers, the important ones) see and report to … Continue reading Powerful insights about our world. Entertaining for some, useful for citizens!
Summary: Part three concludes anthropologist Maximilian Forte's series about the death of liberalism. Here he looks at the fall of the liberal professional class. A well-deserved fall, with incalculable consequences. "I would rather be governed by the first two thousand people in the Boston telephone directory than by the two thousand people on the faculty of … Continue reading An anthropologist announces the fall of the liberal professional class
Summary: Part two of anthropologist Maximilian Forte's brilliant and provocative essay announcing the death of liberalism. Here he explores aspects often discussed -- America's rising inequality and slowing economic growth -- and some that are important but seldom mentioned. I inserted some comments in brackets. See part three tomorrow. "The Dying Days of Liberalism" -- … Continue reading An anthropologist explains the causes of liberalism’s death
Summary: Here anthropologist Maximilian Forte announces the death of liberalism. Hillary's defeat, despite its massive financing and support by America's major institutions, was a sign. The ineffective street festivals of Occupy Wall Street and the Women's March are signs. The lack of meaningful response to the revelations about NSA surveillance is a sign, as was … Continue reading An anthropologist announces the death of liberalism