Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Green Decentralist

Matt Funiciello is the Green Party candidate for the 21st Congressional District of New York, which includes Adirondack Park. But unlile many greens he is in favor of the Second Amendment. He is in other positions more near to the Green Party … Continue reading

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Pete Seeger and the Tea Party

Pete Seeger the famous folk singer and former member of the Communist Party is not the first person that come to your mind when you see a Tea Party rally unless you are a slovenian marxist philosopher like Slavoj Zizek … Continue reading

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The paleocon filmmaker

Whit Stillman is one of my favorite filmmakers. He’s four films Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco and Damsel’s in Distress are real masterpieces of the 7th art. But unlike most movie directors of Hollywood or Sundance he is … Continue reading

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Green Party anarchism

The Green Party is celebrating it’s 30 anniversary of foundation in Minnesota. It’s quite interesting the fact that the most progressive political party in american spectrum was found in the Reagan years. In the 90s there was the Labor Party, the New Party … Continue reading

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Leon Trotsky, Ayn Rand and the bipartisan consensus

In 2008 Ralph Nader’s independent presidential campaign there was real great moment in an interview (minute 40) with Tabitha Soren the former MTV News correspondent who was much cooler than the nixonian Kennedy of the same network. Nader tells that Michael Bloomberg told … Continue reading

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Left-libertarian Populism

The Ron Paul campaigns in 2008 and 2012 were probably for a lot of the population the first time that they listen about libertarianism. “Libertarian” still means a lot of different things for a lot of people. But after Ron … Continue reading

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Too much parties and not much fun

Yes the polls are telling than americans want more parties than the democrat and republican duopoly. New York is a particular case where third parties had exist for a long time with the Liberal Party and Conservative Party trying to … Continue reading

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