Here They Come Again: New Democrats Prove Their Loyalty to Neoliberalism & Trump

Over the past few years, I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate. I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion the Negro's great stumbling block in his stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen's Counciler or the Ku Klux Klan member, but the white moderate, who is more devoted to 'order' than to … Continue reading Here They Come Again: New Democrats Prove Their Loyalty to Neoliberalism & Trump

To Kill The King

by Peter Baker  edited by O Society Feb 17, 2020 Ralph Waldo Emerson seemed to foresee, the lesson of the Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump. “When you strike at a king,” Emerson famously said, “you must kill him.” Trump’s foes struck at him but did not take him down. With the end of the … Continue reading To Kill The King

The Power of I Am Not

We hold this Truth to be self evident: Donald Trump is a confidence man. by O Society Jan 17, 2020 Cons work on people who want to believe due to their own issues with greed, fear, resentment and so on. Trump's specific con appeals to the people who subscribe to the conservative moral hierarchy. I … Continue reading The Power of I Am Not

Roots of Our Religious Fanatacism

A religious fanatic is someone who can't change their mind and won't change the subject. The past is prologue. The stories we tell about ourselves and our forebears inform the sort of country we think we are and help determine public policy. As our current president promises to “Make America great again,” this moment is … Continue reading Roots of Our Religious Fanatacism

The Solution to Homelessness Is Staring Us in the Face

Robert Scheer interviews Becky Dennison edited by O Society October 18, 2019 It’s no secret homelessness in the United States, especially in California, reaches critical levels. The wealthiest state in the wealthiest nation in the world is dealing with a crisis which clearly stems from inequality and neglect. This should have its predominantly "left-leaning" residents … Continue reading The Solution to Homelessness Is Staring Us in the Face

Middle Schoolers Have the Power to Shift Conservative Parents’ Views on Climate Change

New research finds after middle schoolers complete a climate change curriculum, their parents also become more concerned about the phenomenon. High levels of parental trust in their children often leads to these parents being willing to listen to or accept their child's views on complex topics. by Tom Jacobs edited by O Society September 24, 2019 … Continue reading Middle Schoolers Have the Power to Shift Conservative Parents’ Views on Climate Change

Right Brain

  by Richard Cooke edited by O Society September 16, 2019 On my desk sit four containers of so-called "brain pills." Though they are made by four separate companies, they are similar enough in appearance and content to be almost interchangeable. The ingredients mention green tea extract and bacopa, B vitamins, and black pepper extract. … Continue reading Right Brain