articles 2013 and before

Technology, Patents, and Inequality

It is popular for people, especially economist-type people, to claim that technology has been a major driver of the increase in inequality over the last four decades. This view is very convenient for those on the winning side of the inequality divide, since it implies that the growth in inequality was largely an organic process Read more

A Firm Grasp of the Obvious: Kim Darroch and the Weakness of Britain

The resignation of Sir Kim Darroch as British ambassador to Washington, because of his leaked messages to London criticising President Trump, is highly revealing about the real state of British knowledge of what is going on in the US. Supporters of the former ambassador portray him as a skilled and experienced foreign office official who Read more

Race and Economic Disparity in North Carolina

While the recent police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott has led to increased scrutiny on police activities in North Carolina, police-community relations are not the only reason racial tensions are flaring. While encounters with police officers can radically differ depending on the race of those involved, access to economic resources tend to follow a similar Read more

Why are Obama and NATO Risking World War III?

President Obama and his NATO minions are risking world war with their constant provocations against Russia and China. The corporate media take their cues directly from the White House, and if they mention these events at all they express complete agreement with officialdom and join in vilifying the targeted governments. Obama has succeeded in painting Read more

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