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Lenin’s Wife

Everyone knows of Lenin.  His body is still on display in the great Kremlin square, once known as Red Square, for those with a bit of ghoulishness in their souls to see.  His name and statues have been taken down … Continue reading

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Dancing in the Eye of the Storm – a Re-Post

A re-post from last Halloween Alexander Ulyanov  – executed by Tsar Alexander III in 1887 Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881 by an organization known as The People’s Will. Instead of hoped for reforms his successor Alexander III imposed … Continue reading

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A Reading From the Book of Joad

They breathe profits they eat the interest on money if they don’t get it they die the way you die without air, without side meat. The bank is something more than men I tell you; it’s the monster Men made … Continue reading

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The Authoritarian Personality

Why do people vote against their own economic interests? Why do people willingly support authoritarian governments? Why would a virtual pauper vote for a candidate who wants to dismantle the “liberal” safety net? A candidate who calls him a “moocher”, … Continue reading

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Dancing in the Eye of the Storm

Originally posted several years ago Alexander Ulyanov  – executed by Tsar Alexander III in 1887 Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881 by an organization known as The People’s Will. Instead of hoped for reforms his successor Alexander III imposed … Continue reading

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