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Sometimes it’s necessary to reorient yourself in the direction of what matters, so indulge me.
Since the official end of the recession in 2009, and intensifying after the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, there has been a perverse desire by policymakers to shift the focus of our national debate away from the continuing human tragedy of mass unemployment to reducing deficits. 590 more words
I have emphasised in this blog that Barton Biggs’ book Hedgehogging is my inspiration for this blog. So therefore, in honour of Biggs, I will be posting on key details I found very interesting in the book. 1,232 more words
A lot of people are talking about an increased minimum wage these days, including President Barack Obama. Locally, Washington State passed, barely, Proposition 1, which establishes the highest minimum wage for workers in and around SeaTac International Airport at fifteen dollars per hour. 1,251 more words