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Mass Incarceration Is Modern-Day Slavery

The bottom tier of the American population is made up of slaves. Not metaphorical slaves, in the sense that we’re all slaves to some corporate master or another; the lowest economic class of the population are literal slaves, as in they wear heavy chains around their ankles, they sleep in cages, and during the day […]

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Translated FAQs

Meritocracy FAQs

Thanks to the work of many volunteer translators, we now have: The Meritocracy FAQ in Spanish, German, Serbian and Turkish. The Inheritance Tax FAQ in Spanish, Portuguese, German, Serbian and Turkish. Thank you to: Dante Fenix (ES), Gereon (DE), Break Rules (SR), Mario Silvestre (PT) and Devrim Yozgat (TR) for their respective translations. Are you […]

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Nelson Mandela and the Fight for Equal Opportunities

Nelson Mandela

Last week the death of Nelson Mandela made headline news across the world. For those of you who have been living in a cave for the past century, Madiba — as he was affectionately known by his followers ― brought about the negotiations that ended apartheid in South Africa, became South Africa’s first democratically elected […]

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Democracy

Democracy is a form of government in which all eligible citizens have an equal say in the decisions that affect their lives, via voting. This may include mechanisms for the proposal, development, and creation of laws. Ideology Democracy claims to represent the will of the people (at most it can represent the will of the […]

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How Do You Define Merit in a Meritocracy?

A common concern with Meritocracy is the question of defining merit. We’re led to believe that everyone has their own definition of merit, and that this stops Meritocracy from ever being truly effective. While it’s true most people will have their own idea of what constitutes merit, this is a far deeper question than we […]

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Nepotism Is Deplorable

Nepotism constitutes yet another paradigm that clings to this world like an insatiable parasite, supporting the power elite and ensuring their survival. No matter how insipid their offspring are, they will always have an advantage over you. What this means is that spoiled, privileged children will continue the legacy of the bane of humanity — […]

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Anti-Heroism: Part II

Before the internet gained popularity, if you did something disgraceful, basically only very few people would hear of it, and once they did, they would soon forget it. Nowadays, your friends know it, your family knows it, your colleague knows it, your boss knows it, strangers know it, your great-great-grandson knows it — everyone knows […]

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Anti-Heroism: Part I

Ironman versus Superman When we were kids, almost every one of us yearned to be a hero, with godlike capabilities, flying aloft among the skyscrapers, ensuring the good and sorting out the bad — above all, garnering honor from all of humanity. This is the official version of heroism inside every kid’s heart. Hollywood producers […]

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Chicago: Not Quite Detroit — Yet

Rahm Emanuel is a multimillionaire investment banker and the Mayor of Chicago, Illinois. “Mayor 1%” is indeed a man by, for and of the privileged elite. Emanuel is attempting to bring to fruition the dream of Ronald Reagan. Together they show that irrelevant of partisanship, politicians work towards the same end. The dream is encapsulated […]

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King George Alexander Louis

George Alexander Louis

Welcome to Great Britain — where greatness comes to those lucky enough to be born into the “right family”. Our Future King The Daily Mail tells us that in 50 years time we’ll be expected to bow and scrape like the commoners we are to King George Alexander Louis. Are they insane? Think about that. […]

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