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The More Beautiful World Our Heart Knows Is Possible

To one degree or another, all of us fail to understand just how much we are a product of our culture. Perhaps our most widely shared powerful characteristic is a radical individualism: our educational system, our economic system, our entertainment, a...

How The Me Generation Culture Impacts Your Selling

From collectivism Up to thirty years ago most popular sports were exercised in group: Football, soccer, basket ball, volleyball, sailing, rowing, … All these sports required a team and collaboration in order to perform the sport and win the con...
by The LEADSExplorer blog on Dec 30, 2014

Consumerism & Individualism: Community as an endangered species.

I’m having a hard time at the moment with the reality of consumerism. I would award consumerism as being the number one reason why people in the West are unhappy. This week, I read an article about a woman who’s opened up a shop where yo...
by DeanRoberts.Net on Nov 22, 2014

Disappearing up our own selfie

What with the woman who married herself, and Stephen Fry declaring that his drug use affected nobody but himself, the first week of October 2014 may mark the point at which our culture disappeared up its own selfie in pursuit of individualistic self-...
by Opinionated Vicar on Oct 4, 2014

The Fountainhead (1949) Trailer

The Fountainhead...
by Film trailers World on Jun 7, 2014

Gold Trends Analysis

Ext : http://www.goldtrends.net Gold Trends Analysis was first posted on December 24, 2013 at 7:19 pm.©2011 "GoldCoin.org". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading thi...
by GoldCoin on Dec 24, 2013

GOLD: SAVINGS AND PENSIONS

By Mark Rogers “Save for a rainy day.” The old adage, but does anyone do so nowadays? “Saving” is much more likely to mean pensions nowadays, the likelihood of ever having one, and the certainty, if one has been saving towards one, that the r...
by GoldCoin on Jun 11, 2013

CUSTOM-MADE AND LIMITED EDITION CLOTHING IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY

        With introduction of an assembly line in early 1900s and its modernization by Henry Ford in 1913, the age of machines has begun. Mass production seemed to be a train to Utopia humanity had been waiting for: more affordable housing, medici...
by LIMBO REMEDY on May 27, 2013

Internet Dating Guide For Men

The Truth About Lying In Online Dating ProfilesUsed services on the Internet, and one of its largest revenue In examining deception in online dating profiles we consider the fundamental tensions that guide online daters’ men and women use diffe...
by On Line Dating on May 8, 2013

GOLD: THE BOOK OF THE MOMENT

Review by Mark Rogers Gold, A Different Point of View by Paul McGowan With a Preface by Bill Bonner Published by Ferrington in association with LinGold.com Following the drop in the price of gold a few weeks ago, record sales of gold coins were r...
by GoldCoin on Apr 29, 2013

Custom-made and limited edition clothing in the post-industrial society

        With introduction of an assembly line in early 1900s and its modernization by Henry Ford in 1913, the age of machines has begun. Mass production seemed to be a train to Utopia humanity had been waiting for: more affordable housing, medici...
by LIMBO REMEDY on Mar 2, 2013

What’s with all the shooting?

What’s with all the shooting? My first awareness of violence was of the family kind. I have no memory of witnessing the violence, rather my memories are of mind-numbing fear that started in my stomach before it froze my bowels as if I’d b...
by Girlboxing on Feb 1, 2013

What’s with all the shooting?

What’s with all the shooting? My first awareness of violence was of the family kind. I have no memory of witnessing the violence, rather my memories are of mind-numbing fear that started in my stomach before it froze my bowels as if I’d b...
by Girlboxing on Feb 1, 2013

MORTGAGES REPRISED

By Mark Rogers A recent story in the London Evening Standard announced that first time buyers are expected to stump up a £100,000 deposit. Thus, evermore young, first time buyers are being denied their place on the bottom rung of the housing ladder...
by GoldCoin on Jan 27, 2013

EDMUND BURKE ON THE CULT OF THE STATE

They must be worse than blind who cannot see with what undeviating regularity of system, in this and in all cases, they pursue their scheme for the destruction of every independent power … The design is wicked, immoral, impious, oppressive: but it...
by GoldCoin on Jan 26, 2013

HUMAN ACTION AND HUMAN EFFORT

By Mark Rogers We have seen how the Deutsche Bank analysts who wrote Gold: Adjusting for Zero made a central place in their discussion for the Misean concept of human effort, and how an inflationary, fiat currency economy naturally destroys the valu...
by GoldCoin on Jan 22, 2013

THE PERSONAL IS POLITICAL?

By Mark Rogers Keynes was notorious for believing that savings, especially in a welfare state, were a form of selfishness. Alan Greenspan, quoted in the previous post, pointed out that: “The financial policy of the welfare state requires that there...
by GoldCoin on Jan 11, 2013

STATE WORSHIP AND THE ANTI-GLOBALIZATION MOVEMENT

By Mark Rogers Globalization: what is it but an activity that is as old as civilization – simply a modern name for trade? Joseph Addison’s paean to its virtues stresses the civilizing effect it has, bringing together merchants from every clime an...
by GoldCoin on Dec 28, 2012

GLOBALIZATION: A VIEW FROM THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

THE ROYAL EXCHANGE by Joseph Addison (1672-1719) There is no place in the town which I so much love to frequent as the Royal Exchange. It gives me a secret satisfaction, and, in some measure, gratifies my vanity, as I am an Englishman, to see so rich...
by GoldCoin on Dec 26, 2012

AN OBITUARY FOR THE LEFT

By Mark Rogers Perry Anderson, editor of The New Left Review, wrote an editorial for the January-February 2000 issue, in which he looked at all that had happened over the previous twenty years, and what it meant for the Left: the collapse of the Sovi...
by GoldCoin on Dec 19, 2012


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