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The Dual Economy

In his new book The Vanishing Middle Class, MIT economist Peter Temin provides a short and accessible take on this country’s deeply unequal economy, which he argues now represents two different Americas. 1,437 more words


Beatriz at Dinner

The kind of quiet movie I don’t often watch anymore because of a number of factors… including watching fewer movies overall… it’s also a quite good, small, thought-provoking, carefully written and acted little film that’ll stay with you and give you plenty to think about. 460 more words



We’re the Disunited Kingdom of Dysturbia

A once great nation now a dystopia

Where the leaders cling to power while the rest of us suffer… 237 more words


A tale of two...

It was the wealthiest council, it was the poorest council 

It was the council of everything, it was the council of nothing 

It was the council of the wise, it was the council so foolish… 248 more words


On the Class Divide

If you are interested in intellectual content and perspective, there’s no better site to follow than Moyers & Co 517 more words

No Way Out

This is a series of posts about Belize and Guatemala that starts here.

Mike’s Place is a tourist complex where we would go kayaking or canoeing—it wasn’t  clear—in caves. 683 more words


The People

This is a series of posts about Belize and Guatemala that starts here.

Here’s the demographic run down on who was on this trip in Belize. 685 more words