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        It’s ours to pass on.
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….the man who thought that corporate America should control the courts in order to take over government, quietly took his seat as a Justice on the Supreme Court. What could possibly go wrong?

…Powell had dedicated much of his professional life to killing many many Americans for profit and this made him the exact type of guy the U.S. Chamber of Commerce would be drawn to. Not surprisingly, their Director of Education, Eugene B. Sydnor Jr., asked him to develop a master plan for altering the trajectory of America. Unlike the Grinch, Powell’s heart shrunk three sizes that day…

…Through his memo, Powell was building a war machine with generals motivated by greed and armed with a nearly unlimited budget. This war against Democracy would have two fronts: the aggressive but hidden attack on politics and the courts, and the slow steady attack on the minds of Americans…

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Republicans to the Rescue!

...Republicans have been exploiting their self-designated role as sheriff for political gains for decades. When we take a closer look we see that it is truly, and only, showmanship...

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Revisiting "Corporate Genius"

...These companies almost expect us to kneel down before them, but much of their success was on our dime, and in return they have caused quite a bit of damage to America...

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Control through fear

...Those heartstrings and emotions of ours truly do make us vulnerable and they are often purposefully used against us. There are plenty of folks out there who shrewdly use fear, deceit, and divisive language to herd the rest of us around as they please. ...

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The Free Market has Broken Nearly Everything

...It is the exploitation of the free market that has turned an ideological pipedream into one of the biggest and most dangerous cons in the history of man...

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We had it Right

... By the early 1970s the average American had some serious mojo, with the working class growing in size, wealth, and influence. In fact, our wealth was growing at about the same rate, if not slightly better, as that of the wealthiest of our fellow-citizens...