A Spring that Can't Wait
This article discusses the bizarre weather much of the country is facing as Spring begins. It makes the analogies that this country could be facing more than abnormal weather this year.
Thursday, March 8, 2012(2 comments)
The Drums of War: Iran Edition
The article describes how the Drums of War beat over and over again for this U.S. led Imperial Empire. It is hope that in this landscape of 2012, such efforts will be met with far more citizen resistance.
Monday, February 27, 2012(3 comments)
The Trouble With Occupy
The Trouble With Occupy points out several issues with this young movement, mostly around the divisiveness and lack of a positive vision with their/our message.
Monday, February 6, 2012(1 comments)
Occupy: New Wine and Old Skins
There is a famous biblical parable where Jesus speaks of his new way of thinking as something that cannot be contained in the existing Jewish culture. The idea is that if you put new wine into a used skin, the skin will burst as the new wine ferments, having already been stretched once from its first use. It's an apt metaphor for where we are with Occupy these days.
Friday, December 23, 2011(9 comments)
Occupy World 5.0
This article focuses on the linkages between Occupy and World 5.0. Both seek a new cultural operating system, ridding ourselves of corporate domination. World 5.0 provides the yin to Occupy's yang.
Occupy - Finding Our Core
This article focuses on the emerging operating system of the occupy movement. It stands in complete opposition to the old system. This is a system based on the Power of Love instead of the power of money.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011(1 comments)
Article ties in the occupation movement with the natural process of living, and highlights the propaganda effort that serves to keep us unaware.
A New Beginning | World 5.0
This article describes our emerging operating system, World 5.0. It is intended to restore community and ecology by reconstituting government.
Sunday, October 31, 2010(2 comments)
An Uneducated Electorate
An offering that described the corrupt state of learning in this country and the lack of awareness of our reality.
Monday, September 27, 2010(6 comments)
In Praise of Hemp
Hemp was the first cultivated plant, a natural medicinal, and widely used around the world until the profit motive caused its demonization a hundred years ago.
What a transformation its re-introduction could portend.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010(1 comments)
Clearing The Fog
This article speaks to the misguided and dysfunctional culture we live in, and where we might look to find something a bit healthier - and more entertaining.
Thursday, July 22, 2010(3 comments)
A Disturbance in The Force
BP's oil disaster and their handling of it provide another example of the excesses of the corporate nation-state. The remedy is World 5.0.
Monday, June 14, 2010(4 comments)
The World Is A Ghetto
How we've been involved in the same damn struggle for centuries, but with the scope of global corporations the problem becomes exacerbated.
Wednesday, June 2, 2010(6 comments)
A Culture of Bullshit
How propaganda is used to inflame Tea Party members and others to undermine their own interests.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010(6 comments)
Oil and The Gulf
The oil mess in the Gulf of Mexico highlights the complete inability of our federal government to govern.
Saturday, May 1, 2010(1 comments)
THE DECLARATION OF WORLD 5.0
World 5.0 uses the idea of an operating system to describe the need for our species to migrate to new, more aware and integrated level.
There is no time outside this Moment, and it's time we started living from this perspective.
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
The Circus and The Horserace
The media's focus on the 2008 Presidential Election even before the 2006 Congress is sworn in is telling - but not comforting.
THE END TIMES: And What's to Come
The disregard for the future and planetary health are the marks of "rapture-based fundamentalism." Unsurprisingly, this thinking is used as a tool by BushCo to ignore the real solution, sustainability thinking.
Bush's "Integrity" - Never Again
This Internet thing is the elephant in the room. Its constant transmutation and young age make predicting the Web's impact almost impossible. But already we see greater transparency being forced on our political and economic leaders, though it comes with them kicking and screaming.