All posts filed under: Divergent Thinking

Socialism, The Chief Cornerstone

I was out walking this morning, cool crisp air, thinking in my mind, as the sun began to rise over Montana.  It was quiet of vehicle traffic and the birds were active, chirping and tweeting, and their songs settled on the icy roads and snow-covered […]

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Real News Awards

I would love to dish on Mr. Trump, but what could I say that has not been said?  The man pains me terribly. Notwithstanding, rumor has it that Trump is going to present “Fake News” awards in the near future.  I am assuming that everything […]

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The Socialists Ten Commandments

The Socialist Ten Commandments It is not cool to use the term socialism or communism in the United States. Socialism gets a bad rap. Perhaps socialism is not cool because it’s a system that organizes society around humanity, and this, sadly, conflicts with capitalism.  At […]

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All Lives Matter

I did not spend my career in law enforcement, but I did spend it in public safety via the fire department.  During my career, I had the opportunity to work closely with law enforcement over the years. I found myself in tears yesterday on a […]

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Horizontal democracy and organizing

Recently, I have slowly been reading and working my way through a book titled, “They Can’t Represent Us!: Reinventing Democracy from Greece to Occupy.” I am enjoying this book and the content.  In my estimation, it pairs very well with The Resilience Imperative: Cooperative Transitions […]

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