Employment

Land of the Free, Unless You’re Parking

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If you want a graphic illustration of how society is changing, you need look no further than the San Francisco Chronicle, where these two stories appeared within pages of each other the other day. The first story is about how retirees who live there, mostly elderly, regularly head down to the piers for the sole…
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We’re Not The Best (And That’s Okay)

Growing up in suburban Mentor, Ohio, I had a dream. My dream was to be the number one draft pick for the Cleveland Browns, Cavaliers and Indians after winning a NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship at the University Of Kentucky. This at no point during my youth seemed like a lofty goal. It seemed attainable and…
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Where Have All The Workers Gone?

In March, the economy added 192,000 jobs and the unemployment rate remained stable at 6.7 percent – positive indicators which were generally well-received, until the Wall Street Journal pointed out that these figures can be deceiving because the unemployment rate only takes into account human beings who are looking for work, and right now a…
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WE WANT TO ENRICH YOU BY KEEPING YOU POOR

Gosh, it must be so horrible being a Republican legislator or “pro-business” advocate knowing that all you want to do in life is help the poor and lower-middle classes in this country empower themselves by denying them the very things they’re demanding, if only they had the sense to realize it! But instead of being…
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Will The Contraception Mandate Be Sacrificed In The Name Of Corporate Religion?

On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Inc., and the stakes are high — whether or not you use contraceptives. At issue will be whether the ACA violates the First Amendment right to freedom of religion, by requiring corporations to comply with provisions that run counter to…
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