Category Archives: ruling class

How the political class and the media view American tax serfs on the 4th of July

This is funny.  The Onion almost always is, even more than the Daily Show or other tools of ruling class hegemony. But see how they demean uppity tax serfs in flyover country, the way anti-semites depicted Jews in ugly cartoons … Continue reading

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Christine O’Donnell versus the Ruling Class

I spent several weekdays the last 3 weeks in October in Sussex County, the southernmost of Delaware’s 3 counties (Kent and Newcastle being the middle and northern counties).  This was not new territory for me, as Rehoboth Beach is the … Continue reading

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Class Analysis

Say the words “class analysis” or “class conflict” and most people will think of Karl Marx. The idea that there are irreconcilable classes, their conflict inherent in the nature of things, is one of the signatures of Marxism. That being … Continue reading

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If you’re so rich, how come you’re not smart?

Mayor Bloomberg On The Tea Party: It’s Not A Political Movement » BY CELESTE KATZ Phoning into his WOR-AM radio show with host John Gambling (which is usually a sign that he flew to Bermuda the night before to avoid … Continue reading

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