Finding the Fulcrum of Change

by Rebel Fagin Archimedes once said, “Give me a place to stand and I can move the earth.” To leverage the earth one must first find the fulcrum and apply pressure. The majority of Americans will never rise up in resistance. We have been trained since birth to obey and for those that do there […]

Continuing monetary and banking reform communication with ~2,000 AP Econ teachers

Since 2009 I’ve been a Socratic voice for monetary and banking reforms to ~2,000 Advanced Placement Macroeconomics teachers on our discussion listserve. The status over the last six years is an occasional positive response, with a total of perhaps ten teachers in at least mild agreement, and occasional negative responses that I end with a […]

Our Immigrant Problem in Calais, France

        RT News over the last couple of days has opened their international news coverage with the situation in Calais, France of immigrants trying to seek refuge, asylum in England.         Much ado is given by Prime Minister Cameron to building fences, acquiring more sniffer dogs, and putting more resources in place to prevent their entry. The French seem […]

Racism In America

By Elaine B. Holtz It was a moment of great pride listening to President Obama give the eulogy for Clementa C. Pinckney in Charleston, South Carolina.  Obama called for the Confederate flag to come down, the end of employment discrimination, unjust policing and prison sentencing.  He called for the end of excessive dialogues on race without substantive change. […]