Exploring Human Potential

Is Paranoia in American Politics Diagnosable?

Mike Magee “The Presidency should not be used as a platform for proving one’s manhood ..” “Inwardly he is a frightened person who sees himself as weak and threatened by strong virile power around him . . .”  “Since his nomination I find myself increasingly thinking of the early 1930s…”  “Unconsciously he seems to want […]

Is Universal Health Care An Economic Tool Whose Time Has Come?

Mike Magee John Maynard Keynes, the famous British economist, was born and raised in Cambridge, England, and taught at King’s College. He died in 1946. He is widely recognized today as the father of Keynesian economics that promoted a predominantly private sector driven, market economy, with an activist government sector hanging in the wings ready […]

The Night Biden and Bernie Channeled FDR and MLK.

Mike Magee In my research up to last week’s speech on “The Right to Health Care and the U.S. Constitution” (transcript here), I came across this Emily Dickinson poem that could easily have been a forward looking tribute to two American Presidents – one from the 20th, the other the 21st century. Dickinson’s poem “A WORD […]

Wednesday at 1:30 PM EST – Join Me For the Most Important Health Debate of the Year.

  Mike Magee This Wednesday afternoon, May 5th, from  1:30 to 3:00 has been 3 months in the making. Last week, President Biden said, “We’ve talked about it long enough, Democrats and Republicans. Let’s get it done this year. This is all about a simple premise: Health care should be a right, not a privilege […]

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