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What the Rest of the World Asks Me About America

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The freedom to be a jackass is a purely American virtue.

The Next President, the Supreme Court & Vital Decisions

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What are the various Presidential candidates' visions for the Court?

Theater Operators vs. Government Landlords

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Government is not smart, efficient or motivated enough to run a theater? Wrong.

Taxpayers Underwrite “Generosity” of the Wealthy

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Let's examine how the philanthropy racket works.

The Untenable Pressures on Higher Education

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Three seismic shifts that are resetting the educational landscape.

5 Pros and Cons of Operating City-Owned Theaters

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Facility owners today have a range of good options. And many "buts."

Memorial Day: Reflecting on Our Nation’s Father and Ike

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What should our brave warriors fight, suffer and die for?

The Lessons of Lincoln in 2015

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For a marketing professional, it was less his "What?" and more his "How?"

Grading Hillary Clinton’s Policy Positions

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Most voters don't know who or what Clinton is.

The Year Ahead for Arts Advocacy

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The League of Independent Theater has big plans for 2015.

Oligarchy’s Sibling Rivals: the U.S. and Russia

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Both Moscow and Washington claim to be growing democracies, but they're not. They're really oligarchies controlled by Big Money.

Vote for Washington and Eisenhower in 2016

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It's as if we value machines more than people.

Your Nationality? Monsanto

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Governments shrink and weaken while corporations grow in size and power.

As U.S. Austerity Deepens, Prepare for Revolution

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Hopefully it will be a peaceful revolution. It may not be. But, as in the Middle East and Europe with hints in Asia, it's coming.

America’s New Sartorial Politics

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Uncle Sam gets a makeover.

Elizabeth Warren: Return of the Happy Warrior

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When she is around, the Democratic Party feels like the Democratic Party again.

Remember to Vote . . . As a Theater Advocate

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Some tips to strengthen your political voice from The League of Independent Theater.

Arts Funding: To Please, to Provoke or to Serve?

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What if we only support art serving the political and economic goals of those in charge?

Tax and Spend — Please

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Tax the middle class, but not yet. Tax the super rich immediately.

Nonviolence Works, Violence Doesn’t

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It is possible for nations to behave morally.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?