December 24, 2018Comments Off on Recently Noted – PhDs on Food Stamps – Labor in US Higher Ed
American higher education, once the envy of the world, is continuing to slump towards a becoming a factory for debtors. With falling public tax support around the country for our two and four year colleges --->> read more -->>
New Topics Prompted by comments from a reader I’ve undertaken some changes in the organization of the site. Most significant are four new categories: education environment inequality women. Gone are the days when my Introduction --->> read more -->>
December 18, 2018Comments Off on Women Continue To Face A Big Pay Gap – and on into the future
In 2017, female full-time, year-round workers made only 80.5 cents for every dollar earned by men, Women are almost half of the workforce. They are the sole or co-breadwinner in half of American families with --->> read more -->>
December 6, 2018Comments Off on American Wars – The Secrets of Vietnam and Afghanistan
The recent movie The Post (about the Washington Post newspaper and its involvement with the Pentagon Papers – see below) poses interesting reminders of the power of the US government to rain death on countries --->> read more -->>
“We therefore estimate that Medicare for All could reduce U.S. Health Consumption Expenditures by about 9.6 percent while also providing decent health care coverage for all U.S. residents” The Medicare for All movement gained some --->> read more -->>
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