Public Housing: Where Revolutionaries Live

Here is a short twitter stream from a Danish Maoist. She mourns the lack of Danish Maoists and hopes to recruit Muslims in the public housing projects,. (Social housing for Brits.) She denounces the Danish bourgeoise for privatizing public housing as a way to defuse revolutionary potential. Public housing has long been a stronghold of […]

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Seattle Used to Be So Nice: A Letter To a Shocked Tourist

Truly, Seattle is a basket case. They have pushed it very far, sliding on a massive tax base they did nothing to cultivate. Once Seattle was a truly great place to live and that alone was the basis for “high tech” economic growth. (Amazon is, you realize, mainly just a low wage warehousing operation with […]

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Seattle High Tech: Who Gets the Jobs?

Table: “Fast Rise of Foreign-Born Tech Workers in Seattle: Where Foreign Born Tech Workers Come From”, in Seattle Times, January 18, 2018. p. A1. India: 23195 (40.8%). Canada: 3427 (13.5%). China: 7680 (13.5%). Russia: 3349 (5.9%). South Korea: 1998 (3.5%). Vietnam: 1683 (3%). Philippines: 1194 (2.3%). Mexico: 1081 (1.9%). England: 965 (1.7%). Germany: 865 (1.5%). […]

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Logic Amen Advocates School Shootings, But In a Nice Way and On His Own Time

[partial lyrics] Give me a reason just to load up a rifle Pull the alarm in the lobby of my high school Leave the halls bloody like a high noon typhoon I’m about to cancel Christmas I won’t leave a freaking’ witness ===== [summary] VIDEO: Assistant Principal Says He’s Trying To Send Message Through Rap […]

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This is Not a Day Care. It’s a University!

This is Not a Day Care. Itis a University! Dr. Everett Piper, President Oklahoma Wesleyan University This past week, I actually had a student come forward after a university chapel service and complain because he felt “victimized” by a sermon on the topic of 1 Corinthians 13. It appears this young scholar felt offended because […]

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