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Tytler Cycle Of Freedom – Where Are We Right Now In America?

Tytler Cycle Of Freedom – Where Are We Right Now In America?

Alexander Tytler was a Scottish advocate, judge, writer and historian who served as Professor of Universal History, and Greek and Roman Antiquities at the University of Edinburgh. Tytler lived at the same time as the American founding fathers and described a repeating cycle in history. Tytler found that democratic societies went through this same cycle again and again and that the cycle lasted roughly 200 years each time. The idea states that democracy is temporary in nature. It is difficult…

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Create a Proud Culture for Your Maid Service Staff

Create a Proud Culture for Your Maid Service Staff

Building an environment where your employees can depend on what you say you’ll do whether that means reward or terminate because it results in an environment of trust and respect and when you have a culture of transparency consistency respect you create a culture gratitude and not despair and just think how that culture translates to not only your home life and that you feel so much better about your business but also your employees home life because you’ve created…

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55 Voices for Democracy: Jan Philipp Reemtsma

55 Voices for Democracy: Jan Philipp Reemtsma

What does it mean to speak about – and for – democracy in an emphatic sense? Is there a common let’s say: project we – we democrats – stand for and even would fight for in difficult and dangerous times? Hopefully we would do so. But we should not conjure up such times when they are not at stake just to dress up our democratic habits. Of course: democracy always was and is an endangered political concept. Endangered is it…

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Idiot and Fascist: so Unicef ​​defines who is against the ius soli

Idiot and Fascist: so Unicef ​​defines who is against the ius soli

Idiot and Fascist: so Unicef ​​defines who is against the ius soli In fact you are in English, Idiot and Fascist. It is the one that officially writes on Twitter, the Italian section of the International Organization. Everything stems from a controversy with a user who had criticized the position of the spokesperson of Unicef ​​Italy, Andrea Iacomini, after the shipwreck yesterday of the bill on the ius soli. Iacomini had defined a sad page of the Republican history the…

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55 Voices for Democracy: Francis Fukuyama

55 Voices for Democracy: Francis Fukuyama

I’m very delighted to be asked to participate in this “55 Voices” series in honor of Thomas Mann and to be in Thomas Mann’s house in Pacific Palisades. I think that Thomas Mann is particularly relevant to the present moment in a couple of respects. I think that the role that he played as an exile from Nazi Germany, his “Listen, Germany!” lectures that were delivered into Nazi Germany during the war, in a way set a important precedent for…

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55 Voices for Democracy: Timothy Snyder

55 Voices for Democracy: Timothy Snyder

Whatever happened to the future? Have you noticed that the future has gone away? This I think is the most striking thing about our politics today whether it’s America or Europe or much of the rest of the world. That there’s no future anymore. For the past couple hundred years from the French Revolution forward, what democratic politics has generally been about is the future. We’ve been very good at producing different competing versions about what the future would be…

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55 Voices for Democracy: Ananya Roy

55 Voices for Democracy: Ananya Roy

We live in an era of stark social and economic inequality. Across the world the hoarding of wealth by the rich and powerful rests on the exploitation and impoverishment of marginalized communities. Such inequality is visibly manifested in our cities. Here in the City of Angels, inequality is evident in a stark contrast between homes worth $500 million dollars being built in the hills of Bel Air, not far from the Thomas Mann House or the University of California Los…

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Trump Derangement Syndrome Has Nancy Pelosi Downplaying Pro-Freedom Protests in Iran

Trump Derangement Syndrome Has Nancy Pelosi Downplaying Pro-Freedom Protests in Iran

She’s even worse than Obama. When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took to the friendly confines of ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, interviewer and former Clinton White House communications director George Stephanopoulos offered Pelosi a softball way to praise the protests in Iran this weekend. “We’re seeing now demonstrations in the streets of Iran against the regime,” Stephanopoulos said. “Do you support those protesters and would it be a good thing if they brought the regime down?” Considering the past 40…

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