By Economic Left on January 20, 2022 • ( 0 )
Officers explained that a separate shed provided for Mr. Swailes’s family dog was “in a far better state” than the tiny, dark, unheated shed given to his worker.
By Economic Left on January 19, 2022 • ( 0 )
Spending so much on fossil fuel subsidies compared to other programs seems indefensible when up to 80% of the US could be powered by renewables, in principal.
“Uploading my photo into NFT lol,” he tweeted. The next day on January 11, he tweeted: “Can’t believe people actually bought my photo NFT, 35 already sold in one day.”
The economists suggest the US prepare a “sophisticated administrative system,” similar to other high-income countries that wield more efficient emergency financial programs.
By Economic Left on January 18, 2022 • ( 0 )
Consumer inflation surged in 2021 by 7% — some wonder when the decreasing wholesale inflation for businesses will begin to show up in their retail prices.
“This is peak San Francisco if I’ve ever seen it,” someone commented on Instagram. Another said: “Oh San Fran, keeping housing affordable since… never!!!”
“But we require a free public education for children… that’s a given because it’s a fundamental right. Well, housing is a life essential. It’s life and death,” the Mayor emphasized.
By Economic Left on January 17, 2022 • ( 0 )
“For this reason, and as King argued, advancing racial equality and renewing U.S. democracy go hand in hand,” authors of the study concluded.
The group described the potential burning of the physical book as an “incredible marketing stunt which could be recorded on video. The video even sold as an NFT itself.”
Ridley Scott blamed Millennials in the EL post from 11/25/2021, saying: “I think what it boils down to…audiences who were brought up on these f**king cellphones.”