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Neoliberalism: The Obama/Clinton War On Liberty And Democracy

by Mitch Feierstein about 8 months 2 weeks ago

During the past election cycle, our political elites, oligarchs, and the DNC decided another eight years of neoliberalism was just the medicine America needed, and they did everything in their power to ensure that it happened, regardless of what America really wanted. Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the elite oligarchs relied exclusively on the propaganda megaphones [...]

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  On the first day of Christmas, my country gave to me A debt bigger than GDP Yep, that’s right. US Public debt stands at more than 100% of GDP. The last time debt was this high, we were fighting a World War across two continents and building a peaceful prosperous world, whose basic shape [...]

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Obama’s an accomplished individual. Smart, cool, in control. But his standout quality is probably his ability to create euphoria. Create it, sustain it, ride it. Watch the people celebrating with him at his victory rally in Chicago and you could easily believe that the USA had just won a war or beaten a recession. Unfortunately for [...]

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About four weeks ago, I wrote on my blog that Facebook was heading for a ridiculous valuation when it was launched on the stockmarket. That wasn’t because I think it’s a bad company – pretty clearly a company that makes a billion dollars in profits after only a few years of life is a remarkable [...]

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Farcebook: A Stratospheric Valuation

by Mitch Feierstein about 5 years 3 months ago

      Facebook is a phenomenal company. Mark Zuckerberg is a remarkable man and an astonishing entrepreneur. He’s created something sensational — something genuinely world-changing — and he’s young enough to be my son. But Facebook the company is one thing. The mooted valuation of Facebook is quite another. I admire the first, and [...]

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