The lady’s name is Jane McGonigal, and I’d be surprised if you’ve heard of her and you’re not a gamer. For geeks like me though, she’s kind of a big deal, and not just because she’s easy on the eyes. She has this wonderful, nutty, goofy, strangely compelling idea that …Wait! Don’t stop there!
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Conservatives love to talk about Solyndra and other companies that received “gummint funds,” only to go belly up or run into other problems. The reason they like to point these companies out is that they believe it helps them make a case that the government ought not be in the …Wait! Don’t stop there!
So, since I’m doing this full time now, I thought I’d try to make it a point to do something light/fun on the weekends, just to break things up a bit, and I can’t imagine a better person to lead off my new review segment than Frank Foster. Who the …Wait! Don’t stop there!
This is a book review of a book by David Horowitz which is profound, personal and a passionately argued analysis and refutation of this century’s most cherished secular god, the socialist utopian state and the ideology that it is built upon. While not lengthy, this work by Horowitz is one of the most important of the decade because of its substantiated thesis linking socialist ideology with religious presuppositions.
Few would argue that political and social change unfolds in a vacuum. Social unrest, discontent and the eventual showdown of political ideologies erupt with sudden convulsion, catching bench sitters by surprise.