I forgot to send one in but I did locate the exact day when Gawker crested and began to go downhill.
1. The MID in general is regressive and stupid and should not exist in the first place.
They’re actually not for real. It’s a novel.
I think organized labor is a more likely and realistic solution than strong government antitrust action against a company like Amazon. That I don’t believe we’ll see unless our political landscape changes very, very radically. I guess we’ll see.
I’m interested in the ability of unions to reverse the trend of inequality and the failure of unions in general to take the steps necessary to do that can be taken as a criticism, from me. The nuts and bolts of specific internal union politics tend to be extremely boring. If they are not organizing, they are failing.
I don’t believe unions have passed a tipping point. Collective bargaining is fundamentally a good idea so regardless of the fluctuations of history it will always be primed for a comeback, until our entire economy and system of laws is radically changed to incorporate the good things that unions can do.
You don’t put up housing “for the sake of throwing up housing,” you put up housing because people need places to live. You don’t just throw up schools and hospitals for the hell of it either.
You need a housing supply to match the housing demand or else only rich people will have decent housing.
Why call in a professional when the amateurs clearly believe they can bumble their way to a successful Jaguars commentary? My skills are in demand in any number of venues.
What “right to work” means is that workers are allowed to choose not to pay any money to a union despite working under a contract that was negotiated by that union. That’s why these are also known as “free rider” rules. Already we have laws ensuring no one is required to be a “member” of a union they dislike. But…
So what you’re saying is people have a problem with billionaires.
Yeah, I did think it was early. For a fight that big they should let it go. Actually at the press conference afterwards the promoter complained about the low blows, but Kovalev himself complained more about the early stoppage.
By god you’re right. Fixed thanks.
I don’t believe so.
It’s working out great for us. Thanks.
Fuck New York state!
I think the left argument against it is basically: we should be giving money to poor people not to everyone. IE basic income would be incredibly expensive because you are paying rich people the same as poor people. It is not progressive in that sense.
This is my time to read urbanbaby
No doubt it was the most human (and almost tentative, at times) GGG has looked, ever. Still, he won. From ringside the main difference to me was that Golovkin caught most of Jacobs’ big shots on his arms or stepped back, whereas all of G’s shots that he landed were very solid. I gave Jacobs 4-5 rounds. Could even see…