Last year, Amazon revenues were $232,000,000,000 - the same total amount as all the combined 2018 budgets of the following U.S. federal departments: Small Business Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Commerce, Department of Labor, Treasury Department, Department of the Interior, Department of Transportation, Department of Agriculture, State Department, Department of Justice, Department of Energy, … Continue reading STEM grad still living at home? Amazon and the other tech giants save billions by hiring foreigners, thanks to an ICE ripoff.
Medicaid rules changed when President Barack Obama pushed through the Affordable Car Act (ACA) and he ensured that the very rich could join low-cost Medicaid, while the working class had to pay high medical expenses, either at work with private insurance or retired under Medicare. While I'm sure Jeff Bezos would never stoop his mightiness … Continue reading Jeff Bezos could go on Medicaid if he played it correctly, but the average working Jill can’t
Washington Post writers and reporters began the New Year with a major problem: their owner was offering a lump sum $12 a week raise in the first year of a new contract, and $8 a week in the second year. Plus, unlike the New York Times staff, they had to pay for their own coffee. … Continue reading Richest man in world ($115,000,000,000) offers only $8 a week raise to some of America’s top journalists, meanwhile spending $42,000,000 for a cuckoo clock
The Washington Post's Michael Rosenwald last week gave the antisemitic crowd something to admire, when he set the stage for yesterday's Holocaust Remembrance Day by wondering: The questions have been asked again and again. Was it because of his (Hitler's) father? Was it because a Jewish doctor couldn’t save his mother? Was there a Freudian … Continue reading WAPO article suggests Hitler wasn’t evil, just sad victim of his strict father, or an Oedipus complex?