Category Archives: Protest

Compensating for Technological Unemployment

It seems to me…. “Unemployment is of vital importance, particularly to the unemployed.” ~ Edward Heath[1]. While there are many factors effecting how we live, work, and the quality of our lives, the dominant variable has become the rapidity with … Continue reading

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Civil Unrest

It seems to me… “Capitalism inevitably and by virtue of the very logic of its civilization creates, educates, and subsidizes a vested interest in social unrest.” ~ Joseph A. Schumpeter. There is racial disparity within the U.S. legal system. Caucasian … Continue reading

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