If news articles reflected the truth instead of being native advertising for paid "influencers" peddling their social status symbols and boobs in hazmat DOC orange edited by O Society October 7, 2019 Kylie Jenner is showing off the new sick ride in her driveway, but the new whip is so expensive it has some fans … Continue reading Entitled Douchebag Shows Off Car She Just Wasted $3 Million on to Adoring Bootlicker Fans Who Can’t Afford Gas
Ronald Reagan in 1984. Ronald Reagan had Alzheimer's while president, says his son Ron Jr. His son recalls how his father was 'uncharacteristically lost for words' during a presidential debate that year. Photograph: Wally McNamee/Corbis by Ed Pilkington edited by O Society October 6, 2019 Ronald Reagan's sons locked horns over the former president's political legacy … Continue reading Ronald Reagan Wanted to Make America Great Again – Did He have Alzheimer?
"I guess the trouble was we didn’t have any self-admitted proletarians,” wrote John Steinbeck of his fellow Americans. “Everyone was a temporarily embarrassed capitalist.” Why do Americans want so much more than we need? by Juliet Schor edited by O Society October 6, 2019 In contemporary American culture, consuming is as authentic as it gets. … Continue reading The Politics of Competitive Consumption
How Will Capitalism End? (excerpt) by Michael Welton edited by O Society October 4, 2019 Sociation by consumption Wolfgang Streeck, author of How will capitalism end? , provides us with a compelling and provocative analysis of how capitalism, slammed against the ropes and almost down for the count of ten, found a way out of its … Continue reading What’s In It For Me? Turning Citizens Into Customers
Delusion. Conspiracy Theory. Mental illness. Tinfoil hat. Where does sanity end and crazy begin? by O Society September 25, 2019 I do not know. I believe the US government narratives about many things are fabricated lies. From Russiagate recently to JFK before my time to the sinking of the Spanish Maine way back before … Continue reading Skeptics’R’Us
From newborns to nation states, we trust similarity. We love our friends, but does this mean we must hate those who are different? by Marek Cohn edited by O Society September 25, 2019 We come into the world with open minds, ready to tune in to whatever language or culture surrounds us. But as we lock on … Continue reading Us and Them
While most Americans know full well the twin towers collapsed on September 11, 2001 fewer are aware a third building — World Trade Center Building 7 — also collapsed. This collapse occurred seven hours after the twin towers came down, even though WTC 7, or “Building 7,” itself was never struck by a plane. by … Continue reading Still a “Tin Foil Hat” Conspiracy? Most Americans Remain Unaware a Third World Trade Center Building Went Down on 9/11