One-percenters aren’t the problem; thinking they are is

Oct. 17, 2017 by

In short: if any blame must be thrown around for what we are experiencing, we all own a portion of it. Including the one percent. But to place all the blame on them, as though you don’t own any, is just plain ignorant.

Why people with the power aren’t the problem

Why people with the power aren’t the problem

Aug. 18, 2015 by

When ideas for improving human society arise, “realists” say “The powerful people will never let this happen.”  If that is reality, a lot of what we see today, including the recent Supreme Court decision would not be part of our reality. In

How the rich get richer and why that’s not a problem

How the rich get richer and why that’s not a problem

Jul. 7, 2015 by

Ah, the rich.  They have few worries.  They can pay people to take care of their problems.  They enjoy the finest things. Some people, particularly those on the left, believe that rich people are to blame for the world’s problems. I don’t think

Four horsemen of the apocalypse

Four horsemen of the apocalypse

May. 29, 2014 by

Gonna get a bit biblical today. Speaking with a member of the Veterans for Peace (VFP), we came to agreement that Capitalism, Government/Politics, Money, and Debt were core problems underlying every persistent problem humanity faces. The VFP rep I was speaking with