Goddesses of Greektown: Resetting the World

More than any other writer, it was Ayn Rand who brought me closer to Greece.   Her masterpieces The Fountainhead, and Atlas Shrugged made me want to study Greek Philosophy, especially Aristotle, and every thinker throughout the history of ideas.  Like Kazantzakis, she was a brilliant artist who continues to be misunderstood, and defamed by people who refuse to even read her.  She has been an inspiration to millions and there are many women who still love her work.  But none of them would call themselves feminists.  It makes me wonder what kind of a woman rushes to embrace feminism and what kind of a woman is reluctant to embrace it.  With women shattering glass ceilings throughout the public, corporate, and nonprofit world, one has to speculate whether feminism should be given the credit, or should Ayn Rand’s ghost take a bow? I bet she’s taking it with Kazantzakis.  Did I dare and put these two in the same paragraph?

U.S. Per Person Debt is 35% Higher than Greece. What it really means?

U.S. Per Person Debt is 35% Higher than Greece. What does that mean?
It means the non-productive ruling elite of one country is superior at predatory parasitism. I don’t know whether Greece is an example, an experiement, or a scapegoat, but I’m becoming more conscious that Greeks didn’t develop their brand of corruption in a vacuum. Their best, and brightest traveled abroad and learn parasitism at the top universities in the world. It’s clear, isn’t it? Some countries have dumbed down their populace better than others. Ivory Towers and parasitism have been best friends since the beginning of time.