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End of the Age of Narcissism–Part II?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call USAToday South Dakota’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally this August was notable for the estimated 450,000 attending during the COVID-19 pandemic. It happened in spite of the almost unanimous warnings given by public health officials that it could … Continue reading

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Who Says There’s No Leadership?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call http://www.nippon.com Critics of the Trump administration and its Republican Party enablers have it exactly backward when they say the federal government isn’t leading the effort to control the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have in fact been … Continue reading

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Who Says There’s No Leadership?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call http://www.nippon.com Critics of the Trump administration and its Republican Party enablers have it exactly backward when they say the federal government isn’t leading the effort to control the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have in fact been … Continue reading

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Why Has U.S. Made Such a Mess of It?

Popular Economics Weekly Wrightson.com Private sector employment decreased by – 2,760,000 jobs from April to May according to the May ADP National Employment Report®, much less than the original estimate of –8 million jobs. It precedes Friday’s official government unemployment … Continue reading

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Why Has U.S. Made Such a Mess of It?

Popular Economics Weekly Wrightson.com Private sector employment decreased by – 2,760,000 jobs from April to May according to the May ADP National Employment Report® released today that precedes Friday’s official government unemployment report for May. Friday’s unemployment report is predicted … Continue reading

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Today’s Very Unequal, Minimum Wage Laws

Financial FAQs nymag.com This New Year is a good time to talk about our record income inequality, in the hope that it can be improved. Because it’s the reason a minority of white male Republicans have been able to hold … Continue reading

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Christmas Isn’t For Bullies

Popular Economics Weekly Kyyouth.org This is how one of our political parties celebrates the Christmas spirit. Restrict as much aid to the poor and weak as possible—i.e., cut up to $1.5 billion in Medicaid and Medicare spending to ‘pay’ for … Continue reading

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Professor Stiglitz’s Plea to Save Capitalism

Popular Economics Weekly MarketWatch Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz has been saying he wants to make capitalism work for everyone again in various writings, just as it did post-WWII, including this CNN commentary on the recent Earth Day. Is there … Continue reading

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What is the Bully Mentality?

The Mortgage Corner Olweus Bullying Prevention Program The Trump administration and congressional Republicans’ “stonewalling” efforts, as House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi has put it, are the latest example of the bully mentality, but few pundits or even Democrats seem to … Continue reading

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What Happens to 1% with Demo’s Blue Wave?

The Mortgage Corner   Washington Post Now that the Democrats will be taking back the US House of Representatives in January, can they enact programs that improve the record income inequality in America? American citizens have the least equal incomes … Continue reading

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