Gorillaz’s Hallelujah Money, Weaponized Creativity

Nathan Le Master January 23, 2017 In ancient Athens, it was the during the tyrannical Rule of Thirty after the Peloponnesian War, from which came the cultural critic, Socrates. In China, it was against the backdrop of The Warring States Period, where civil collapse goaded thinkers into formulating different ways to structure our lives, of which Confucianism, Legalism, and Taoism, were three amongst many. And more recently, it was the Nixon presidency … Continue reading Gorillaz’s Hallelujah Money, Weaponized Creativity

Trump and The Russian Connection: Political Arm Wrestling

Nathan Le Master January 15, 2017 The story of Trump’s bromance with Putin keeps on spinning and spinning around the news cycle’s merry-go-round. Lines are being drawn, and teams are being drafted. In one corner you have a weird coalition consisting of Hillary Clinton, Barrack Obama, most Democrats, some Republicans, the liberal media, spearheaded by the CIA’s determination to paint Donald Trump as a pawn … Continue reading Trump and The Russian Connection: Political Arm Wrestling