Large financial institutions in the U.S. have been using government bail out money to gobble up foreign economies.
The tidal wave of globalization smashes all but the biggest boats. Local communities can regain control over their own welfare by encouraging human solidarity and private, voluntary initiative and creativity. The first step is to organize regional mutual credit clearing associations.
Adding insult to injury, several major credit card companies have recently increased interest rates to the average tune of 14 percent. But you can do something about it.
The Christmas tree is not just pagan, it may be a fundamental symbol of the enduring spirit of human life. Enter the Yggdrasil tree. How Far Do Those Branches Stretch Back Christmas trees decorate so many of our public and private spaces at this time of year. But the many rituals, big and small, which […]