What Ceramic Casting Slip Can Tell About The Effects of Development On The Water Supply, That Our Political Leaders Won’t Say

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What Do Lessons from the Industrial Revolution Have to Tell Us Today?

 A historical reversal of direction underway? k-b-W-unsplash The nineteenth-century influenced the social-political and economic development of human life on earth in vibrant living color. Not! The nineteenth-century industrial revolution produced Continue Reading →

What is the Meaning of “Capitalism” and Other Out-Moded Terms?

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A School System Should Not Be Approached as an Instrument of Gentrification

Especially Not with a Looming Confucius Institute in the Picture! europeana-unsplash Published on Mediums Age of Awareness Recently I contacted a law firm specializing in non-profits about forming a 501(3)©, which Continue Reading →

How Marxian Indoctrination Sustains The Great Wealth Divide

Carving a Way Back to Fairer Distribution This story was Selected for Best of Tremr! Stop Trying to Make Sense of the World- Just Deal With it As it Really Is Recently Continue Reading →

Are “We the People” Being “Deleted As Spam” in the USA?

Happy New Year Everyone ! Yesterday morning I posted a comment to a story in the Boothbay Register about the minimum wage increase in Maine. It remained online for a least a Continue Reading →