The anger and fear in America today is brought about by a broken trust. We have a responsibility to stand above the fray.
“A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Abraham Lincoln Yesterday’s podcast episode (11/9/16) looked at the issue of social divisions in America that have been...
This is our America. This is why we are growing more stressed out and frustrated every day. It is why we are avoiding each other more and isolating to our corners of the fractured pieces of American identity and ideology. It is why the echo chambers of political perspective are gaining ground and influence but independent thought and the peacemakers are losing ground.
Much of the world has been captivated by natural disasters in the last few months. In the US we watched multiple and massive hurricanes...
These men are invisible to the data we rely on to assess the health of the US economy because they are neither employed nor are they looking to be employed. They have either given up on being contributing members of the American economy and society or they never tried to be included in the first place.
I was curious how today's NBA contracts line up to national economies in the world. What would it look like if the NBA was a national economy?
The recent debates on extreme poverty in America miss the larger realities of the changes and threats within the American economy and caste system.
Increasingly the middle class can be defined less by what a household earns and more by what it no longer has access to. (The American Caste System: Part 2)
The experts want us to believe that confusing middle class statistics are for them alone to understand. It's not as difficult as they make it to be.
Part 3 in my series on the American Caste System looks at what it's like to be poor in America. This begins to explain why we have class conflict.