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Foundation & Empire - Is Donald Trump 'The Mule'?

"I don’t see Trump as an evil Mule character in this Shakespearian tragedy, as it progresses towards its ill-fated denouement...  It’s like jockeying for the best seat on the Titanic as it sinks into the frigid ocean depths of the Atlantic. The American Empire is in shambles and no one can reverse its course at this point."

Michael Hudson: Trump Is Obama's Legacy - Is This The End Of The Democratic Party?

"...the Democrats will continue to pose as the Lesser Evil party not really in terms of policy, but simply ad hominum. They will merely repeat Hillary’s campaign stance: They are not Trump... having lost its ability to pose as the party of labor and the middle class; and firmly controlled by Wall Street and California billionaires, the DNC strategy of identity politics encourages any identity except that of wage earners..."

See Where Immigrants Out-Earn US-Born Citizens

Right across the country, households headed by persons born outside the U.S. earn less than households run by native-born Americans. But that wage gap varies widely per state, from close to $20,000 to less than $1,000. And in some places, the gap is even reversed, in favor of the immigrant households.

"Hanging In The Balance" - A Look Inside The War To Repeal Obamacare

House Republican:  "Right now, the Speaker of the House does not have the votes to pass this bill unless he’s got substantial Democratic support."

Senate Republican:  "House health-care bill can’t pass Senate without major changes.  To my friends in House: pause, start over. Get it right, don’t get it fast."

The Inconvenient Truth About American Wages

"The working men and women of this country are working more jobs and more hours, and they’re still barely hanging on. Beneath those fingertips, they can feel that middle-class dream – the American dream – slipping right away from them."

If You Think Your Job Is One That Cannot Be Automated, You're In For A Rude Awakening

It is pretty accepted knowledge that a number of lower-skilled jobs will disappear in the coming 5-10 years, due to the human element being replaced by autonomous machines. And if you think your job requires a higher, special element of skill and mental acuity that just cannot be automated, you are probably very mistaken. In fact, there are few (if any) jobs in which a machine would be inferior to a person. And this is not as far out in the future as you may think.