This is Camille Paglia’s speech and question/answer discussion at Seattle Library. It was posted on the notoriously difficult to use CSPAN website. Download this episode (right click and save)
The first of three Q&A sessions (they’re not “debates”) between the duopoly’s presidential candidates takes place tonight at Hofstra University in New York. It’s being hyped like the Muhammad Ali-George Forman superfight of 1974 in Kinshasa, Zaire, but neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump comes to the bout as a true people’s champion; polls consistently show them to be despised and distrusted by voters.
In the current historical moment in the United States, the emptying out of language is nourished by the assault on the civic imagination. One example of this can be found in the rise of Donald Trump on the political scene. Trump’s popular appeal speaks to not just the boldness of what he says and the shock it provokes, but the …
A new book by two of our nation’s foremost poverty researchers, Kathryn Edin and H. Luke Shaefer, reveals the desperate circumstances that hundreds of thousands of children and their parents increasingly face: living with virtually no cash income in an economy that requires it to meet nearly every human need. In $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America, …
Human Design provides a new way to see ourselves and do a better job at being ourselves. Understanding the design chart of important people in our lives helps us appreciate their unique qualities better and also helps us be more understanding of their weaknesses (we all have them).
We’re each designed to have special gifts and different kinds of personality traits. They can be extremely different from our own yet we try so hard to find agreement.
Again, I’m speaking with ReGina Concotelli, another Human Design analyst, as I am. We’ll look at the many ways Human Design reveals people so we can see how the traits can work in relationships.
Tune in to better understand your relationships.