Being “Polite” is NOT Always “Noble”

If, knowing what you do now, imagine you woke up on an 1800’s slave plantation and ask yourself, which would be more moral: to be polite and civil to the slave owner, talking as if his viewpoint – that it’s “okay” to own people – is just as “valid” as yours. OR… to do whatever…

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History of Corporations

Under the emperors, the political landscape shifted, and the publicani were suppressed. New forms of corporations emerged. Charitable corporations were established to serve Rome’s growing indigent population. The emerging Catholic Church employed the corporate form as a vehicle for joint ownership of real estate and other property.

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House of Numbers: “Anatomy of an Epidemic”

House of Numbers: “Anatomy of an Epidemic” an AIDS film like no other, the HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten. This is the first film to present the uncensored POVs of virtually all the major players; in their own settings, in their own words. It rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is…

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the Global Business of MISeducation

What word can best describe the contemporary and practically global ritual of two hypothetically sane and rational individuals, commonly known as “parents”, blithely submitting to a state’s demand to hand over their child, usually to total strangers, for so-called “compulsory public education”; Strangeness or Insanity perhaps?   Further baffling matters would be to understand that…

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Culture is Your Operating System


And yet, you can stand back and look at this Earth and see that we have the money, the power, knowledge and know-how to produce a kind of human paradise. But, YOU are led by the least among us, the least intelligent, the least noble, the least visionary – and YOU do not fight back…

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