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Capitalism: As a System of Punishment

We are taught that capitalism rewards innovative individuals. Neoliberal social institutions throughout the United States, especially the media, embody and decree messages that shout, “Hard work and dedication will allow… 627 more words

Thoughts And Perspectives

From Rousseau to Trump

Critic Pankaj Mishra has composed an interesting essay that traces the rise of Trumpism in America, the success of the Brexit movement in Britain, and the anti-globalist trends that are taking shape in Western democracies to the anti-elitist, a.k.a. 156 more words


How Could a French Socialist Pass Laws Against Workers?

People were shocked recently when French President Francois Hollande, head of the Socialist Party, forced legislation through that would make it easier for bosses to lay people off, make them work longer hours, cut their pay and cut into some of their special leaves — such as maternity leave. 268 more words


Clegg - No easy options on Single Market access


Liberal Democrat European Union spokesperson and former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has launched the first briefing paper of his Brexit Challenge project, which analyses the options facing the Government if it intends for Britain to retain significant access to the Single Market. 547 more words


Bye Bye Middle Class: The Rate Of Homeownership In The United States Has Hit The Lowest Level Ever

Source: EconomicCollapseBlog.com
Michael Snyder
July 28, 2016

The percentage of Americans that own a home has fallen to the lowest level ever recorded.  During the second quarter of 2016, the non-seasonally adjusted homeownership rate fell to just 62.9 percent, which was exactly where it was at when the U.S. 792 more words


July 29: A Prayer for the Economy of the United States of America

Gracious Father, we thank You for being faithful to the United States of America throughout our history. Thank You for blessing us to prosper and to grow from generation to generation. 744 more words

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