Rattner offers a grand solution to dissuade work-from-home arrangements: Housing. Why, he asks, have a big majority of European workers already returned to their offices? Simple, he says—most people there live in small apartments and houses, making stay-at-home work less comfortable. Voila!
Judge Janet Protasiewicz’s big win in Wisconsin sends a gut-check message to meek Democratic Party officials and donors who continually admonish candidates and local activists to be middle-of-the-roaders, compromising the people’s “little-d” democratic principles in hopes of winning some Republican votes.
America should not even be talking about child safety rules in dangerous workplaces—it’s shameful to have any children working there.
These things don’t just happen—they are caused by the profiteering greed of the monopolistic industry’s top executives and rich investors.
The nursing home industry is rotten to the core.
Crass polluters shamelessly run PR campaigns claiming to be environmentalists; price gougers pose as consumer champions; and economic downsizers glorify themselves as visionary creators. They gild their resumes for their own profit… and they get away with it.
The radical rise of inequality in our society is a function of the vast political inequality separating the working class from the power structure. The elite rich have many friends in high places paying close attention to their needs, but the further one tumbles down the economic ladder the lonelier you are when your interests conflict with the bosses and big shots.
Until recently, there were only a couple of hundred isolated book challenges a year in our entire country, and local school boards and city councils generally handled them properly—without starting an uncivil war. But now, attempted book bans are erupting everywhere, orchestrated by a few extremist political groups and a flock of opportunistic Republican politicians.
A political party screaming “Don’t be woke” is a party afraid of the people, wanting you, me and civil society to be asleep, out of it, in dreamland, torpid, inactive… dead.