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Re: “Undercover among the 1 per centers: book recounts Warren Stephens in a rebel cap

One can't help feeling a certain intrigue and similarly disgust at the ongoings and attitudes of the plutocrats in party mode. 

One can argue that our society is riven with extreme social disparities, inequitable distribution of wealth, inequitable mobility and access to wealth as well as wonder out aloud given the obvious why we as a society have yet resisted to call into question the behavior of this set and fought for structural changes that might bring a more equitable alignment amongst our lot.

But the irony of all this is, despite the moralizing, finger pointing, the guilt, there are many who aspire to be as rich and powerful as the plutocrats and who use their education, their talent towards those ends. Which posits the question, aren't we all in some way being just as hypocritical and divorced from reality as we claim these people are when we aspire and still believe in the American dream of wealth and power? It isn't just what these people do that ought to concern us, it's the way that so many of us in the end ultimately idolize and lionize such characters and jealously wish such existences for ourselves .....…

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Posted by Christopher Koulouris on 02/19/2014 at 6:44 AM

Re: “Texas judge who beat daughter: 'not as bad as it looks'

The horror and irony of the situation can hardly be lost on one hand here we have an individual who has the trusted role as family law judge and on the other here we are seeing him brazenly beating his daughter without remorse or within a barometer of reason. It is as if he is unleashing all the torment of his office on his daughter, the effect of which is horrendous considering her disability. In the end one can only wonder what type of punishments this man has administered in his capacity as a judge and whether we should allow such an individual who has an extreme affinity to personal family discipline should be allowed to decide the fate of other individual's family grievances?

"Beat you to submission?" So much for good discipline... from someone who should know better.…

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Posted by Christopher Koulouris on 11/02/2011 at 11:18 PM


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