The most hated man in all of literature is likely Judas Iscariot, the man who betrayed his friend and teacher with a kiss.
The commons has disappeared into the corporate collective, a collective as brutal and as unfree as anything ever imagined by Josef Stalin.
In the 3% Solution, John Médaille discusses the advantages of being out of power and why that serves as an opportunity for party reflection.
For the medieval scientist, knowledge of the world was knowledge of the world’s God.
The Middle Ages provides a counterpoint to our current situation.
Money is not so much a medium of exchange as a record of the obligations we have to each other.
The bank “loan” is not really a loan at all, not really a transfer of hard-earned assets, but a legal arrangement of monopoly powers to a group of men.