Archive for June, 2005

why we are not leaving Iraq

Tuesday, June 28th, 2005

maybe… have been reading what i consider a good book, chalmers johnson’s the sorrows of empire. some might argue that johnson is of course just a left winger. but, the most shocking fact in the book which i have not yet heard a valid argument for, is that US operates some 700 overseas military bases. [...]

a new project

Friday, June 24th, 2005

it feels good to have something to do today. the n0nc0mpliance trust has decided on a slew of new projects. in addition to all the HTML code that will be added to this site soon, we will be starting a guerilla pamphlet campaign on our university campus. The plan is to coordinate this pamphlet project [...]

capitalism runneth over

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

Wow. I have not had time to review the whole case yet, but wow. i am referring to the Supreme court case regarding individual property rights versus government’s eminent domain privileges. For those who have not seen it, the SC ruled today that governments can seize privately owned property (both homes and businesses) in order [...]

the global citizen

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

while having one of my typical delusions of grandeur daydreams, i envisioned how i would respond to a respected professor who asked me what my intentions were in all my activities (future events)? My response was that I want to shift the paradigm of current philosophy. Shift the paradigm to what, he inquires. i respond, [...]


Sunday, June 19th, 2005

jeez, i am getting really bad with this whole blog thing. you would think that having the responsiblity to do just this one task would not be much trouble. and, it really isn’t. i wish i could say that i just do not write because i have nothing to say. sometimes that may be true. [...]

GM and the New World

Wednesday, June 8th, 2005

General Motors today announced its intention to cut some 25,000 jobs from its payroll. Anyone who has been paying attention to world economic affairs could see this coming. This must surely be the death knell for GM which has been in a funk now for quite sometime. Thomas Friedman is right about one thing, the [...]