Paul Haeder, Author

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Household Income, or Higher Planes of Consciousness?* capitalists never talk about collectivism, communitarianism, cooperatives, intentional communities, and the citizens’ right to free health, safety, transportation, free of the crime of military spending! by Paul Haeder / June 11th, 2019 We want one class of persons to have a liberal education, and we want another class …

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Achikha in Hebrew, ‘your brother,’ but where is he now? on the anniversary of USS Liberty and the news of the Dancing Israelis near the crumbling World Trade Towers by Paul Haeder / June 8th, 2019 Oh, yeah, it was all planned — I’d write about the 52nd anniversary of the attack on the USS Liberty …

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A story with bite first published by Oregon Coast Today. Paul Haeder and OCT have first rights on this original piece by Haeder. “I made a pact with myself, maybe 25 years ago: Whatever concessions I have to make in life, I have to at least live by water.” – Mark A. Marks, PhD I …

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Caught in Their Fun House …until we all just start blathering and defecating on all the billionaires’ contracts and words by Paul Haeder / June 2nd, 2019 America… just a nation of two hundred million used car salesmen with all the money we need to buy guns and no qualms about killing anybody else in …

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the daily headlines, 24/7, display the insanity of the elite, even (especially) the Ivy Tower and Corporate Loving scientists (see below, methane into CO2 at $12K a ton) Greenhouse gas emissions from the plastic lifecycle threaten the ability of the global community to keep global temperature rise below 1.5°C. By 2050, the greenhouse gas emissions …

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If artists are the antennae of the race, and writers and thinkers are also artists, then a vibration some are receiving and beginning to transmit to the culture more broadly now is new in the history of our species: the world is dying. — Christy Rodgers, “Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Grief, Acceptance: The Five Stages of Ecocide” …

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