Neoliberalism Is the True Villain of ‘Joker’

Editor's note: How do we know this movie is about neoliberalism? Just watch the celebrity rich folks co-opt Joker to make more money and fame for themselves. This how we know the film works to expose the every-body-is-a-commodity main feature of neoliberal capitalismhttps://www.instagram.com/p/B3l5J7sF5eS/Miley Cyrus Touching Tongues With Some Guy Using the Joker to Promote Themselves in … Continue reading Neoliberalism Is the True Villain of ‘Joker’

Ronald Reagan Wanted to Make America Great Again – Did He have Alzheimer?

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?

Unfit for Office

    Donald Trump’s narcissism makes it impossible for him to carry out the duties of the presidency in the way the Constitution requires. by George Conway edited by O Society October 5, 2019 On a third-down play last season, the Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith stood in shotgun formation, five yards behind the line of … Continue reading Unfit for Office

Biden’s Brain Is Swiss Cheese and It’s Creepy How Much We’re Not Talking About It

by Caitlin Johnstone edited by O Society September 21, 2019 I didn’t watch the last Democratic presidential primary debates because I figured  without Tulsi Gabbard in there shaking things up it would be a boring, vapid parade of insubstantial verbal foam, and I love myself too much to go through such a horrible ordeal. By … Continue reading Biden’s Brain Is Swiss Cheese and It’s Creepy How Much We’re Not Talking About It

As a Foreign Reporter Visiting the US, I Am Flabbergasted by Trump’s Press Conference

https://youtu.be/I3hjFU9rNNY Despite being subjected to a daily diet of Trump headlines and images, I am unprepared for the president’s alarming incoherence when he's unedited by Lenore Taylor edited by O Society September 21, 2019 As a regular news reader, I thought I was across the eccentricities of the US president. Most mornings in Australia begin … Continue reading As a Foreign Reporter Visiting the US, I Am Flabbergasted by Trump’s Press Conference

The Whole-Planet View

https://youtu.be/OqGDv0KCJl8 by Rosalind Watts, Sam Gandy, and Alex Evans edited by O Society September 19, 2019 In 1966, on a rooftop overlooking San Francisco, the writer Stewart Brand felt that he could perceive the curvature of the Earth, an effect of the psychedelic substance he had consumed. He wondered why no one had photographed the Earth … Continue reading The Whole-Planet View

What is Neurodiversity?

by Moheb Costandi edited by O Society September 17, 2019 I couldn’t help feeling a little apprehensive before my meeting with Thomas Clements. The British 30-year-old has what used to be called Asperger’s Syndrome, and describes himself as ‘slightly autistic’. Until our meeting in London, I’d had few close encounters with autistic people, so I wondered … Continue reading What is Neurodiversity?