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The first 9/11

I realize this title can render most readers startled or confused. That’s precisely why I have chosen it. And indeed, it is exactly what it purports to be. 862 more words

History Written From The Bottom Up

THE KILLING WAGE Review by David Higgins

“Filled neither with rage nor idealism, Gagnier provides an insight into the bitter ennui the socio-economic imbalances in Western society can raise in the enlightened underdog. 427 more words


Two Stories: US Workers Getting Less Hours And Lower Wages / Biden: Businesses Hiring At Historic Rates

These two stories should be published together.

US Workers Getting Less Hours And Lower Wages « Commoditie Futures.


July 24, 2014

One distinctive feature of this recovery is that many of the jobs added since the recession officially ended five years ago is that a large part of the jobs are coming from low wage labor. 345 more words


The difference between average and typical

Here is a case study in statistics—showing why what is statistically average is not necessarily typical.

If all the wealth in the United States were divided equally, every American household would have $301,000.  103 more words


America enjoys a time of sunshine in Hell. Let's use the time wisely.

Summary: I try in these pages to convey the extraordinary oddness of our time, when a great nation carelessly destroying its strength and prosperity. Examples are easily found around us. 960 more words