A golden age for workers?
The front page of the Sept. 20 New York Times Business Day section has headlines suggesting workers are doing well, but when you read the stories things look quite different. 546 more words
I guess I can’t recommend to economic good sense of Yves Smith enough. In her latest post, Insanely Concentrated Wealth is Strangling our Prosperity she makes the simple point, and backs it up with irrefutable evidence, that the biggest problem with wealth concentration is that the wealthy don’t spend their wealth. 27 more words
THIS IS LEGAL REPRESENTATION FOR BRAD CHRISTIAN, AKA #DINGOBRAD THE STUDENT-ARTIST. DUE TO HIS COPYRIGHT VIOLATION AND INABILITY TO PAY THE IMPOSED FINE, THERE WILL BE NO ESSAY #1. 613 more words
We are talking here about the healthcare systems such as Canada and France have as examples, you know, all of the other advanced western nations. Names such as Medicare For All have been bandied about for such a system here in the U.S., which is just one such option. 432 more words