Browsing All posts tagged under »corporations«

Censored News as Manufactured Corporate Products

January 17, 2012 by


As many noteworthy events unfold in these United States and elsewhere (National Defence Authorisation Act, for example), the disconnect between what is perceived important by people, and what is presented as important to people, is increasingly jarring. Calls of ‘censorship’ are growing, and with good reason: The lack of meaningful news, especially from domestic news […]

Toward Sensible Taxation

September 20, 2011 by


Read part 4 here. The point which I have been trying to make can be summed up briefly. Taxation is the most powerful tool in defining and supporting the most invested and motivated stakeholders in a given economic system. Given the present circumstances, I shouldn’t need to defend insisting that corporations are not the best […]

Opportunities for Better Taxation

September 9, 2011 by


Read part 3 here. The present era of corporate dominance is coming to an end. This is for numerous reasons, which are deserving of their own discussion. Suffice it to say, corporations desperately need stable, dependable profit growth; an economic transition is underway which will leave that need impossible to meet. Given the impending collapse […]

Taxes and the US Elite

September 3, 2011 by


In Part 2, I wrote about how taxation policy, and specifically no-tax policies, create the single most active and dedicated class of status quo supporters. The question arises: why not have everyone taxed equally, to ensure equality? On paper it is a lovely conceit. In reality it has never happened. Someone always has enjoyed the […]

Flags & Borders in a Revolutionary World

April 2, 2011 by


As the revolution ramped up in Libya, the people gathered around a symbol which identified them as not being supporters of the dictator Muammar Gaddafi. The symbol was the flag of the monarchy which Gaddafi overthrew, and was subsequently adopted by the Transitional National Council as their official flag. In the context of the post-Soviet, […]

The Problem of Creeping Corporatism

February 3, 2011 by


Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee and Chairman, Libertarian National Congressional Committee, wrote in a blogpost from 3 February: The media has done it again. As usual, they’ve presented, the wrong message to the American people about the Egyptian crisis… The media has chosen to sell the storyline told by the rioters and […]

Internet ID a Bid to Stop Whistle-blowers?

January 10, 2011 by


The Obama Administration is moving ahead, it seems, with a plan to develop and offer online ID identity for sale. Generally, and as I understand it, these ID ‘certificates’ would be sold by private entities (corporate largesse, anyone?) to end users, to enable them to ‘[eliminate] the need to memorise a dozen passwords.’ Clearly the […]