admin on June 8th, 2009

I am not finished with revamping my web log for the post publishing phase of  Systems out of Balance, yet I can’t resist tackling what I consider the most fundamental question we have to address for determining how our economic, political and cultural systems should function:  Are we naturally bad? I will tackle this question […]

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admin on June 5th, 2009

You have been given fair warning over the past few months.  My book, Systems out of Balance: How Misinformation Hurts the Middle Class, is now available for order at the following web site:  www.systemsoutofbalance.com.  In a week or two it will be available at Amazon, but I receive less than $2 per book if you […]

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admin on June 4th, 2009

I’ve thought about what my last post should be before Systems out of Balance becomes available.  The previous entry on The Heritage Foundation provides a good lead in for this.  What the middle class needs to become are Skeptics. There is a difference between being skeptical and cynical; allow me to make that important distinction […]

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admin on June 3rd, 2009

Every once in awhile I still read my “Morning Bells” sent dutifully by that bastion of “freedom,” The Heritage Foundation.  Last week the title, something about wind and solar energy being bad investments, drew my interest and I braced myself for the misinformation I knew I would encounter next.  There were juicy nuggets in the […]

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admin on June 1st, 2009

This past week I received a notice for a program offered by the water company to help people struggling to pay their water bills.  I’ve received notices like this from my electric utility provider as well.  I suppose these programs are a good thing for these corporations to coordinate, but there is something a little […]

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