For the millions of people who dread going to a fast food restaurant because of the need to talk to another human being in order to order food, they will no longer have any reason to worry. 403 more words
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By Tom Quiner
A top-down minimum wage imposed by the federal government is impractical.
Alvin Carpio, 28, was born in East London. He works as a lobbyist for a charity, where he engages with politicians, asking them questions about how to tackle issues such as poverty, unemployment and social injustice. 413 more words
This 2012 article by Walter Russell Meade discusses the breakup of the old models of our economy and why we can’t go back. If anything, it is even more relevant today than it was in 2012 because it helps dissect the Donald Trump phenomena. 397 more words