Thursday October 08, 2015
January 29th, 2015
An editor said she was losing about $200 a month.
An analyst said she just barely broke even.
"Yes! That's me. I'm losing money going to work today. But I'm late! Can we talk later?" said another woman rushing to the office after dropping her kids off at a day-care center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Perhaps six years too late, President Obama gave strong indications in his State of the Union address that he's finally bought into Albert Einstein's definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over against and expecting different results.
The NFL has called this "very serious."
"The Patriots are guilty until proven innocent in the court of public opinion," Christopher Gasper wrote at the Boston Globe.
Piers Morgan said the Patriots should be kicked out of the Super Bowl for doing this.
It has been 42 years since the United States Supreme Court held in Roe v. Wade that the right to decide whether to go forward with a pregnancy, prior to viability, belongs to a woman, in consultation with her doctors.
On Wednesday, the day after President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, a handful of Democratic House members, along with one senator, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, held a news conference to denounce one of the very few proposals the president put forward that actually has a chance of passage. The objects of their displeasure were the new trade agreements being negotiated by the administration.
At long last, some tectonic plates of American politics have begun to move. The stagnation and decline of the incomes of the bottom 90 percent of Americans have finally shown up on the radar of our political class.
Tough week for the House Republicans. Speaker John Boehner's high point must have been not clapping when President Barack Obama talked about job growth in the State of the Union.
Of all the manifestations of crony capitalism in American history, none is more sickening than the concatenation of racial prejudice, business greed and big-government protection that segregated urban and suburban housing during the 20th century.
I know it is just politics. Still, I never cease to be amazed at those Republicans. My! They are efficient! And, oh how they care about protecting women.