Monday, June 26, 2017

Kansas City Blogger Book Review Considers The Tragic New Global Economy



Because economic disparity and the disappearing U.S. middle-class make all of the culture war partisan politics of MSM look silly . . . Here's a peek at a COMPREHENSIVE local blogger review of an important work that's might make a good addition to Summer reading lists:

LR Blog: F*cked: A Review of Brian Alexander’s "Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American Town"

You decide . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Carl Ican has a mining company in Indonesia that runs Al Queada out of Jakarta. Guess that's why Wall Street week doesn't gush over Carl Ican anymore. A real neoliberal super star. Yea.cant blame the young people for saying fuck capitalism there has to be a new economic system where technology works for the Proletariat. You all must be horrified that a third of the population wants nationalized energy and transportation.

Anonymous said...

Lol. Tell those young nationalists to move to Venezuela and find out how that approach works. LOL. Bernie Bernie Bernie ..... sucks ass

Anonymous said...

^^^^Does it have to be either crony capitalism or communism? Isn't there something in between??? I don't know how "nationalists" got into the equation--could you elaborate?

Anonymous said...

To explore a good story, look at Jackson T. Stephens ties to Bill Clinton in Arkansas during the years when Clinton was AG and Governor.

Massive public corruption! Pay particular attention to the bond business and the Arkansas Economic Development Corporation.

Anonymous said...

Warren Stephens is from Arkansas.

Anonymous said...

Always some clown without a pot to piss in that whines about others success. Folks the world is not a nanny state. You either survive and make it or you don't. If you think some corporation is indebted to your or your community you are fucking hallucinating. If you don't want to be a pawn in the game then make something out of yourself. Otherwise shut the fuck up and stop taking up perfectly good air.

Anonymous said...

^^^Actually, the point is not whining about others' success. It's about others' not being allowed to fail. The nanny state pops fully into view once a bank or a big business is in trouble. For the rest of us, not so much.