citizenship and modern politricks

Song of the Grandfathers*: real wealth (wisdom), and the redemption of social and political existence (civilization) – a long essay – trying to see what might appear to a thinking that honors those who held this land dear, before most of us were born

Uncommon Sense    (a small book)

The Degeneration, and the Redemption, of Political Life in America why play by the rules, when the game is already fixed? An overview of American politrics from the mid-50’s to about 2010 – have not folded Trump&company into this story, for that, see my blog about Rovism. And about Overcoming Rovism

On the Nature of Public Life (a collection of essays)

I ran for president three times, in a closet. When wearing the “hat” of a candidate for president, I found my thinking different from when I was just being a citizen. I wrote a lot, and the above is a collection of those “candidate” ruminations.

Economic and Social Rebellion   (another small book)

As a serious spiritual social scientists, I wanted to figure out in what Way in which a Second American Revolution, with “almost” no violence – let us not lose ourselves in idealism – learn about “the Grandmother War” and “the Army of the Unemployed”

The Second Declaration of Independence of the People of the United States of America
I had been wanting to tackle such a work for a long time, knowing full well it would be lame, whatever I did. One weekend I starting writing, and for the next three days, “other presence” looked over my shoulder, not so much to advise, but curious. After all its up to us to take an serious next steps.

Law and Spirit: the Art of Anarchy

Most folk don’t know the “spirit” in the Law, just as they don’t know much about the “spirit” in anything. The above is a fun take on what the anarchist spirit might do, if it was more interested in substance instead of violent theater.

Celebration and Theater: a People’s Art of Statecraft

The true music of a people collectively saying no to oppression – a set of thoughts asked for by a supporter of Kucinich.

Richard Kotlarz knows more about money that anyone I’ve ever met.

The Economic Tree
Becoming Conscious About Money

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