Monthly Archives: November 2012

Advocates of the Month November 2012

Keith Louis Keith Louis was born and raised in Newark, NJ. As a young child, Keith underwent a traumatizing experience that almost took his life. Through his perseverance to adjust to the changes this experience caused, Keith was able to prove new things to himself almost every day such as teaching himself how to read […]

American Theocracy – A Quick Look

• A country’s ability to develop a single energy resource for profit and power is strongly linked to its ability to become a global hegemony. As history has shown us, the main issue with this pursuit is due to past world economic powers inability to transition from one energy source to the next. The question […]

American Theocracy – Breaking Down the Chapters

Part 1: Oil and American Supremacy Chapter 1: Fuel and National Power • A country’s ability to develop a single energy resource for profit and power is strongly linked to its ability to become a global hegemony. As history has shown us, the main issue with this pursuit is due to past world economic powers […]

American Theocracy – A Book Review

American Theocracy, written by Kevin Phillips, is an elaborate historical perspective of American culture and economy. Phillips, with his decadent choice of language, carries his readers through the pinnacles of the former Dutch and British Empire and their subsequent decline with an eerie parallel of the “Oil Empire” of the United States and Phillips’ predicted […]

The ABC’s of the Economic Crisis: What Working People Need to Know – A Book Review

The ABCs of the Economic Crisis by Fred Magdoff and Michael D. Yates, despite its small size, is packed with direct, concise and simple facts as the cause of the United States’ recession in 2007. Written with the academic audience in mind, Magdoff and Yates have produced a read that is essential to all those […]