Open thread Sept. 6, 2022 Dan Crawford | September 6, 2022 7:47 am Hot Topics Comments (9) | Digg Facebook Twitter |
Has Bidenomics Been Good for Workers?
NY Times – Paul Krugman – Sep 5
so then the typical worker is staying ahead of inflation and is getting a better life each week. it is the unemployed who are hurt most by our inflation. some workers are unemployed because they do not pick up employment skills they need in high school. teachers are not allowed to teach what entry level employees need.
As a stopgap we should utilize employees from NATO Nations, employees that could fill our 11 million unfilled employment slots then spend their paychecks on our economy as both Investors and consumers. Such a stopgap could give our educators time to tweak the high school curriculum.
Taiwanese and NATOnians could help us in our time of need, help us to make America great again.
You can speak German and I will understand it. If you do Russian, I will not understand and will have to delete you. Only because you could be hijacked.
The World Is Getting Less Flat
NY Times – Paul Krugman – Sep 6
Shock Waves Hit the Global Economy, Posing Grave Risk to Europe
NY Times – Sep 8