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What? Are You Crazy?

What was crazy last year sometimes becomes the new normal this year. That is the source for hope that the citizens of the U.S. can get their country back on track to serve the interests of all Americans, not just the rich and powerful. Failure is guaranteed if we don’t keep our minds open to new ideas and fresh narratives. This coming year, with the inevitable crash of the economy and even more wars, we will face unprecedented challenges. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Continue reading

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How to Become a Target for State Assassination

The absence of war is not peace. More accurately, in our times the absence of war is a truce. A truce is the abatement of conflict with no guarantee that war will not break out again. Peace is a state where no conflict is ongoing or possible. Continue reading

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