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Gosh, you've got to feel sorry for Pfizer. The poor drug giant has to pay taxes in our country, so it's leaving.
When I say "poor" drug giant, I don't mean... [read more]
Oklahomans have been socked with a surprise from their own, supposedly "conservative" state officials.
It seems that thousands of Sooners have been putting solar panels on their homes to save... [read more]
Who says the economy is down and that consumers aren't willing to spend, spend, spend in order to stimulate new economic growth?
The problem with gloomy economists and skittish policymakers... [read more]
Attention, men. Yes, you – you with the Y chromosomes – it's time for some man-talk. Specifically, we need to address how you dress.
First, the good news: At long last,... [read more]
An old cliché says: "Hard work always pays off."
Really? Ask a farm worker about that, or talk to a McDonald's fry cook working three shifts to piece together an income... [read more]
Where's Charles Dickens when we need him? The novelist, who laid bare the shame of gross income inequality in 19th century England, came up with some perfectly-fitting names for his fat cat characters, including Scrooge,... [read more]
Anyone who works full time, ought not live in poverty. Period.
Raising the minimum wage above the poverty level, is not a question of economics (even though it would be a... [read more]
The giants of food manufacturing are very concerned about you. They fear you could come down with a terrible plague called "consumer confusion" – and these selfless corporate entities are going all out to save... [read more]
If one obscure college professor dies, does it make any difference?
If you're Margaret Mary Vojtko, yes. In life, she was just another adjunct teacher at Duquesne University being grossly underpaid... [read more]
Imagine a headline blaring, "An Army of 1,500 Lobbyists Swarms Capitol Hill."
But that wouldn't be news, since it happens every day. In fact, an occupying army of Gucci-clad corporate... [read more]