Why the Middle Class Needs a Basic Income

 
In the final analysis, America’s middle class has little money, and it is shrinking. The middle class is shrinking and making less money because America’s social contract is broken.

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Lessons We can Learn from Pearl Harbor

Abqaiq and Khurais could mark the beginning of the Drone Age and the end of complex manned weapons systems. Thus, digitally controlled decentralized weapons (drones) are replacing manned military vehicles (planes and helicopters) as the primary means of attack.

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Why China owns the 21st Century, it’s the Data

Data is now the world’s most important resource and China has the largest supply of it.

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Lessons We can Learn from the Byzantine Empire

By rejecting the Roman practice of universal hegemony the Byzantines survived and thrived. For instance, Constantinople became an important trading center and the gateway between Europe and the Islamic World.

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Why Andrew Yang is the Leader America Needs

Consequently, Yang refuses to engage in the demonization of white people, the working class, Christians, conservatives, and Middle America the media elite tries to disguise as anti-racism. Therefore, Yang refuses to let culturism shape his thinking or his politics.

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Sieges that Changed History

We can trace the beginning of the vast differences between “Christian Europe” and the “Islamic Middle East;” that still divide our world today, partially to the two Arab Sieges of Constantinople.

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Is The New York Times making Money?

Currently, The New York Times makes a little money from its operations. Specifically, Stockrow estimates The Times made a gross profit of $248.06 million on revenues of $436.36 million in the quarter ending on 30 June 2019.

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