Think of how much we would accomplish by doing nothing! People might dream and think; they might hear birds singing or even sing themselves; they might have real conversations; they might feel the peace of a wild idleness; our ecological matrix would have a briefREAD ON
BONUS FEATURE Gene Siskel commentary on The King of Comedy, one of the great films in which Jerry Lewis appears but not playing his comedic persona. When Lewis decides he has something to say, it comes out conformist, sentimental and banal. He was quite funnyREAD ON
The Malfunctioning of the Bel Paese Even though other Europeans love the country of Italy, the negative view of political-economic Italy remains. Aloof Italian leaders however overlook the patronizing superciliousness toward the nation Italy in the European Union. In this regard I will mention auREAD ON
Endorsed by powerful liberal opinion shapers, PC has reached idiotic levels and is now muffling speech instead of liberating expression. It is also a temperamental question that favors social cowardice instead of courageous confrontation with the all-enveloping evil, and its equally common bullshit.
By Caitlin Johnstone: In the beautiful world that we will create for ourselves once we pry the fingers of the oligarchy from the steering wheel of our planet, video clips of these pernicious talk shows will be used to help explain to future generations howREAD ON
by John Rohn Hall n this glorious Spring morning in Santa Fe, New Mexico, I found myself crooning “Strawberry Fields Forever” to the blossoming butterfly bushes. The hit song was recorded for the bemusement and ponderation of future generations by The Beatles, and written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney,READ ON
By JAKE GEE 1984 is today eorge Orwell’s 1984 wasn’t a prediction of the future, but a fictional story built around things he was already seeing around him. The basis of The Party and Oceania were built on his observations of the totalitarian states ofREAD ON
ABOVE IMAGE: GOERING, IN HIS PRIME. TERJE MALOY Dateline: Berlin,December 17, 1954 Eva Braun (42) suffered a setback in her quest to be the first female Chancellor, after her loss to Hermann Goering (61), the former minister for aviation, last month. People close to her have stated theirREAD ON