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Northern Europe: Perhaps America CAN Learn From Europe; or Are We TOO Special?

I’ve been to Iceland – not exactly mainland Scandinavia but close enough for me to have experienced some of the culture.  The weather was good thanks to the Gulfstream’s licking at its shores.  The people are some of the best … Continue reading

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What the Heck is a Social Contract and How do We Renegotiate?

A Short Discussion of What’s Wrong With Our Capitalism The number one issue since Hobbes’ Leviathan has been protection of the people from the war of all against all, which was the case during the English civil war (1642-51).  This … Continue reading

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