Tag Archives: new school

Going Backwards in Time

“I just want the community to go back to the way it was.” Really? The comment above in the title of this post is what I got from the gal cutting my hair today. She wants to go backwards in … Continue reading

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Divide and Conquer…. I think not!

Divide and Conquer As a socio-political activist who religiously studies how governments interact with their citizens with respect to the sharing and (mis)use of power and having just finished reading another book on this subject by Noam Chomsky Understanding Power … Continue reading

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Poll closing shortly: landslide victory predicted

Poll Closing With less than 19 hours remaining until our poll on the left side-bar closes it looks like we can safely declare that John Prince will be the declared winner by a landslide: Here’s the results so far: New … Continue reading

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Middle-Way: a position between two extremes

…. we want and need, or not? Middle-Way The other day someone by way of comment said the following: Anyone have an idea how many people really read this blog. Are we peeing into the wind, and are most people … Continue reading

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John Prince on How to Move Forward

“I Come In Peace” How to move forward Between old school and new school there is a “middle-way”. It’s the path that leads to liberation for our community from the tyranny of extremism and exploitation that we have endured these … Continue reading

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Mayoralty Candidates need ‘guts to be unpopular’

It seems in this community anybody can ride on a family name or come from the lucky sperm club and automatically get elected as mayor here because of it, without any prior political experience or proven track record. All the … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions. What should we do?

Decisions, decisions With a municipal election fast approaching the word on the street is that we have at least two candidates for the mayoralty chair at this time. One is either the mayor or one of his clones, what we’ll … Continue reading

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