Tag Archives: Wage Stagnation

Joining the Framing War

It’s all in how you put it. Childlike and childish mean the same thing, but one is used for what is charming, a kind of innocence wistful adults miss, and the other is used for whining and pouting – and … Continue reading

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Almost Beyond Pandering

San Diego isn’t Hollywood. The drive down there takes you through San Clemente, where Nixon had his Western White House, as they called it, then past Camp Pendleton, the largest Marine base in the West, then past La Jolla, where … Continue reading

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Another Chance to Get Things Right

So, another year begins, with another chance to get things right. That’s what those New Year’s resolutions are all about after all – going on a diet, and sticking to it this time, or finally exercising, every single day, or … Continue reading

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Stagnation Nation

Enough has been said about the midterm election that swept the Republicans back into power. The Republicans retook the Senate and increased their majority in the House, to a level not seen since 1928 or so, and they now control … Continue reading

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