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I Don't Need to Live At 432 Park Avenue

My friend Mary is on the phone with me right now

Not saying anything

Just being with me so I don’t have to be alone while I write… 749 more words

State Of The State

The governor gave his inaugural (recently re elected) State of the State address from Wilmington Ohio. One of the unneeded and redundant ads from the re election featured a former DHL employee touting how John Kasich turned Wilmington around and got him a job. 1,021 more words

A Deeper Look at NYTimes Article, "Can Students Have Too Much Tech?"

In the NYTimes article, “Can Students Have Too Much Tech?” author Susan Pinker addresses the use of technology, specifically computers and other “networked devices” (e.g. 400 more words

Food For Thought

Love Your Local Bookstore

This week, KQED-FM, San Franciso’s NPR- afffilate and longstanding listener-supported radio station aired my Perspective on the economic boom and resultant gentrification situation here in San Francisco specific to how it impacts small business and in particular, bookstores.  353 more words

Arts And Culture

New Scientific Breakthrough to End Income Disparity - Wage Inequality!

New Scientific Breakthrough to End Income Disparity

By INS Staff

      “We now have the tool we need to end poverty.” according to Doctor Felini from the Bringham Order Of Brothers. 676 more words

Living Wage

The income and wealth gaps are wider than we thought

Social scientists and everyday citizens have decried the growing income and wealth disparities in America. Today,  Danielle Kurtzleben breaks down just how large that gulf really is in her article  113 more words

Income And Wealth

Tourist Visits Flat in Vermont, Spending Up

Bruce Edwards reports at the Rutland Herald in Vermont on the current outlook for tourism and the reasons for the flat growth.

“Vermont and other states that rely on out-of-state vacationers to drive their state’s tourism industry are seeing little or no growth in the number of visitors, an indication of the growing income disparity in the country, according to a study by the state Department of Tourism and Marketing. 155 more words