Archive for July, 2017

The Permanent War Economy And Military Keynesianism

Saturday, July 29th, 2017

In this post I’m going to try to briefly explain why U.S. involvement in the Middle East is not going to end anytime soon.  To understand what’s actually going on, we have to go back to the Great Depression in the 1930s. If you study mainstream economics, as the Great Depression went on and on, […]

The Military Industrial Complex And Me

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

When I first graduated high school, I was extremely ambitious.  I had this dream of starting up my own company, building it all from the ground up, and had daydreams of how it was going to be this exciting adventure.  Things didn’t really pan out how I’d hoped, and I later became rather disillusioned about […]

The Importance Of Belonging

Saturday, July 15th, 2017

I’d like to take a little time today to further reflect on this idea of “love is the currency of life.”  This is a followup to my previous post, so check that out before reading this one.  I want to reflect on more things I observe around me everyday. These days I spend a lot […]

Love Is The Currency Of Life

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Though this may sound rather hokey, lately when I’ve been out for walks, or just spending time alone with my own thoughts, a recurring thought has been entering my mind, “love is the currency of life.” This is such a big topic and I have no idea how to really approach even talking about it. […]