The Dystopian Myth.

There have been a lot of depictions of dystopian worlds in media lately, certainly a lot in movies, and a fair share in writing also. These depictions by and large make one very glaring and potentially grave mistake however, they usually depict a world in which people have become worse […] Read more »

Racism And Labor Oppression.

I had long felt sadness over the loss of working class neighborhoods, it always seemed the neighborhoods were either gentrified or poor, but that there were no longer any blue collar working class neighborhoods. Then I realized that the reason for this perception is that the true working class neighborhoods […] Read more »

The PPACA Takes on Bloated Healthcare Executive Pay in 2013

What impact would Congress have on corporations if it were to change the amount of tax-deductible executive performance-based compensation downwards from $1 million to $500,000? The portal to the upper 1% of household taxpayers in income is $500,000 in normal income. If Congress were to limit tax-deductible performance-based income to […] Read more »

OBAMACARE ENROLLMENT (part 2) Who Will Remain Opposed to Obamacare in 2015? “Zero-Sum Thinking”

In 2015, I predict that Obamacare enrollment will soar, matching 2014’s success. This may seem counter-intuitive. After all, in recent months, the public’s perception of Obamacare seems to have soured. The Henry J. Kaiser Foundation’s health care tracking poll for July reveals that 53% of those surveyed last month said […] Read more »

Strongarm Nation.

The clashes between protesters and police in Ferguson Missouri over the shooting of a young black man by the police are sadly not about the shooting they are about the protests. All across the country we hear stories of abuses of power by the police. These have not happened in shootings alone, they […] Read more »