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CAN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SAVE THE WORLD?

I didn't expect this! Great find.

 

 

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Asking A Question Out Loud

Something I have always wondered.

I am taking a Hillsdale College course called "The Second World Wars" online. The lecture is done by Victor Davis Hanson.

Something I am wondering. World War II was overseen by the most successful Democratic president in American history, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The success of the United States in that war demonstrates that Roosevelt's vision of central planning actually works. Roosevelt did not run a war the way that someone like George W. Bush did.

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The Crisis of Addiction - Childhood Trauma and a Corrupt Culture

I have posted stuff from Academy of Ideas before. This one is great.

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Rome - West Knows Best

We used to love America.

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Billy Idol - On Christmas Day

Billy is bringing music back. 

 

 

 

 

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More On Seattle's Journey In To Hell

An evil city. A sewer of unacknowledged suffering and social catastrophe just waiting to happen: 

Every night in Seattle, hundreds of children are sold for sex. The majority of these victims of coercion are young girls who, on average, first start “turning tricks” at 13 years old.

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Seattle's Journey In To Hell

For years, we have always been warned about Nazism emanating from some rural reactionary quarter. Nazism, for real, however, took root in Vienna, a once highly educated and prosperous city where things simply did not turn out how anyone thought they would turn out. There was such a void of any sort of proper governance that total evil could take charge.

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PHILIP OF MACEDON & DIVIDED, DECLINING SOCIETIES

I was reading about Ancient Greece and wondered aloud if a figure like Philip of Macedon would appear at some point and unite an America that is divided in about every conceivable way there is to be divided. That or a figure like Napoleon Bonaparte: 

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