“One like, one unpopular Blockchain/Cryptocurrency opinion” Interesting thread on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies. Click the below image for the actual Twitter thread: Source: Nelson M. Rosario on Twitter: “One like, one unpopular Blockchain/Cryptocurrency … Continue reading Nelson M. Rosario on Twitter: “One like, one unpopular Blockchain/Cryptocurrency opinion”
Bank of America doesn’t know what it’s talking about, Chipotle says. The average Chipotle worker makes $9/hr. This is why being listed on the stock market is bad for employees, as it … Continue reading Bank Downgrades Chipotle, Complaining It Pays Workers Too Much. Chipotle Says That’s Bunk.
Hey EPA, you forgot something. A couple months back all climate change pages on the EPA website were suddenly removed. They have returned but all references to climate change have been removed. … Continue reading EPA’s climate change website reappears, missing the word ‘climate’
Very interesting. Important because this strategy is a ‘plan b” strategy, meaning it will work. Because it will work it can be used as an effective strategy to force the EU to … Continue reading How Could Euro Nations Start A New Currency? – Warren Mosler
Jacinda Ardern is set to become the next prime minister of New Zealand in a meteoric rise to power just months after taking control of the opposition Labour party in the middle of an election campaign. Ms Ardern, 37, … will become one of her country’s youngest prime ministers and the third … Continue reading Jacinda Ardern set to become New Zealand PM
More than 52 million Americans live in deeply-disadvantaged, “distressed” neighborhoods. Source: Prosperity gap benefiting wealthy, deepening inequality Continue reading Prosperity gap benefiting wealthy, deepening inequality
A bill that once passed through Congress without much objection is now being called into question after an explosive “60 Minutes”–Washington Post investigation. The investigation found that members of Congress, … Continue reading Opioid epidemic crisis law from ’60 minutes’ investigation could be repealed
“If machines produce everything we need, the outcome will depend on how things are distributed.” Once robots take over it’s how society decides that everything is distributed. It’s something humans need to … Continue reading Stephen Hawking Says We Should Really Be Scared Of Capitalism, Not Robots
The national debt is not what we currently owe but what we currently own Put simply, the commercial bank circuit serves private needs while the government circuit serves collective needs. The bank … Continue reading Is world-leading NHS healthcare an affordable proposition?
In the event of a dirty bomb or a nuclear meltdown, emergency responders can safely tolerate radiation levels equivalent to thousands of chest X-rays, the Environmental Protection Agency said in new guidelines … Continue reading EPA Says Higher Radiation Levels Pose ‘No Harmful Health Effect’
A new movie sets its doomed entrepreneurs amidst 17th-century “tulipmania”—but historians of the phenomenon have their own bubble to burst. All the outlandish stories of economic ruin, of an innocent sailor thrown … Continue reading There Never Was a Real Tulip Fever