Thursday, October 31, 2019


Cancer Alley

Cancer Alley between Baton Rouge and New Orleans--home to hundreds of petrochemical plants--is slated to get a lot worse, and the victims of this racial injustice are fighting back against the institutionalized racism that always sites these major polluters in Black parishes.

Sunday, October 27, 2019


Guest Worker Slavery

America never got over the rush of slavery, the power over other peoples lives, that made some very rich and others desperately poor. Now, H2A--the 'guest worker' program--attempts to revive that power imbalance against organized farmworkers, who, like other members of organized labor, want job security and the chance to own a home and raise a family--here where they work.

Monday, October 21, 2019


The Business of *GRETA*

This podcast on The Manufacturing of Greta Thunberg (Act I) reveals the mass-marketing of We Don't Have Time to be a global capitalist hoax involving her celebrity parents who are connected to the global elite of the non-profit industrial complex that is preying on the emotions of youth.

The book by Cory Morningstar, on which this podcast is based, is available on Amazon.

Podcasts of Act 2, Act 3 and Act 4 are available at The Words of Others
Update: Act 5 is up; check back there for the Act 6 finale soon.

Saturday, September 28, 2019


Published Elsewhere

My articles are found at Noisy Waters Northwest, Wrong Kind of Green, the Center for World Indigenous Studies and CounterPunch.

Friday, September 20, 2019


Pawns for Profit

Hiroyuki Hamada, fellow of the New York Foundation for the Arts and Guggenheim, writes that the reactionary criticism of noted investigative journalist Cory Morningstar by young, naive pawns for profit illustrates the control of the ruling class as arbiters of the social ladder. The illusion of salvation that motivates these misled youth, he says, is a result of the "systematic inhumanity" behind the co-optation of activism represented by the media spectacle of *Greta*.

Sunday, September 01, 2019


Fairy Tales

Fairy tales — no matter how many people believe them — are still fairy tales.
Three examples of fairy tales — widely believed by millions — are listed below.
· Christian White Nationalism
· Immaculate Conception
· Power of Prayer
Contrary to evidence, utterly illogical and patently absurd — but widely believed. This is where we begin our discussion on the detrimental effect of religion on mental health in America.
While these fairy tales might seem harmless to the infantile, they are psychologically abusive and detrimental to democracy.
Jesus won’t save you.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019


A Highly Material Culture

Andrew Nikiforuk explores the Business as Usual versus Green New Deal fantasy face-off. As he describes the impact of these two delusional salvation stories offered by global elites,
The real unfolding drama — the collapse of a global civilization founded on a highly material culture created by cheap energy — is not a narrative we want to tell ourselves or our children.

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