Modern Monetary Theory – A Budget for the People, Not for the Government

By | Economics

       Today, I would like to discuss something that almost everyone has an opinion on – whether they are politically engaged or not. Any time there is a new policy proposal, almost certainly the first question asked is “how do we pay for it?” Well, I’d like to dig into that a little […]


Quick Post: I Can’t Breathe

By | Current Events

George Floyd GEORGE FLOYD Say his name. George Floyd. What are you doing right now? For myself, I just got done watching an episode of Penny Dreadful: City of Angels with my wife. And you know what, it was nice not having to think about the current situation our country is in. The coronavirus is […]


Is the coronavirus helping or hurting climate change?

By | Current EventsMiscellaneous

If you haven’t seen already, the first US coronavirus/COVID-19 death actually occurred a couple weeks prior to the previously believed initial death. A coroner in Santa Clara, CA performed three autopsies and had sent samples to the CDC who then confirmed they did in fact have COVID-19. Due to testing not being widely available at […]


Guest Post: Byte Size Story – Capitalism won’t die of coronavirus

By | Economics

This post is from Byte Size Story, a blog covering economics, politics, social issues and more. Check out more posts like this at   Capitalism won’t die of coronavirus As bad as it might get, people move on Right now the economy is on life support with the coronavirus lock down bringing demand to a […]


COVID-19: The Financial Impact on the Working Class

By | Current EventsEconomics

  The U.S. shouldn’t bail out billionaires and hedge funds during the coronavirus pandemic, Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya says. “Who cares? Let them get wiped out.” — CNBC (@CNBC) April 9, 2020 If you haven’t already, please first watch that video. Now that’s what I needed! As a matter of fact, go […]


The 2020 Democratic Primary and How Bernie Could Have Done Better

By | Politics

2020 PRIMARY       For the democratic primaries this year, things were different. The field of candidates was massive that included career politicians such as Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, a couple newcomers in Pete Buttigieg and Andrew Yang, and more female candidates than ever before. The electorate had a plethora of options and […]


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