Simplicity – Part 6

    If a corporation is a person, as the Supreme Court insists that it is, then it is a very strange one; like no one I have ever met. It has no interest in marriage, family, friendship, community, religion, fun, entertainment, art, sex, books, enlightenment, hobbies, emotions, or anything else that people I know […]

Simplicity – Part 5

by Terry Plotkin I grew up watching commercials on TV of the Marlboro man. He was a cowboy out on the prairie with just a horse and cigarettes for company, and he was portrayed as some kind of heroic figure in his aloneness. But everything he used was connected to others: His horse, his saddle, […]

Simplicity – continued

by Terry Plotkin   The way our country acts a one might think that we have real threats facing us. So fearful are we that we spend more on our military than the rest of the world combined. We have so many enemies, that we have been at war, almost constantly, for over 70 years. […]

Simplicity – Part 4

Simplicity. Simplicity. Simplicity: Part 4 by Terry Plotkin   The way our country acts a person might think that we have real threats facing us. So fearful are we that we spend more on our military than the rest of the world combined. We have so many enemies that we have been at war, almost […]