Posts Tagged ‘occupy wall street

What good is protesting anyway?


  “So what good is protesting anyway?” A legitimate question I hear now, and from “both sides of the aisle,” “opponents” and “compatriots” alike.” I have heard this question a lot these days.  So much so that I felt I needed to answer, while also knowing this question is complex and I don’t feel I […]

Support Occupy Wall Street


Food for thought, part of the problem: escalating higher education tuition vs. Feldman and Archibald’s book that argues that tuition hyper-inflation follows the same pattern as other highly skilled highly educated service-based industries, such as doctors and lawyers if not The Problem, is that America has become a service-based economy, which is not sustainable, rather […]