Will journalists get to keep their healthcare?
The newspaper industry continuously crumbles due to the onslaught of divergent, free news sources and dwindling advertising revenues. As a result, many companies, including my former one, Gannett, look for ways to cut costs. These methods include cutting down on the physical sizes of the actual newspapers (less paper, less ink, more savings); furloughing employees (which happened to me a few times); or through layoffs | Read More »
First it’s Healthcare, then they came for our Children
Now that Chief Justice John Roberts has set a limiting principle on what products, services and behaviors government can tax — absolutely everything — it’s appropriate to reflect on our freedoms and consider what future taxes can be levied on the great unwashed to improve a horridly unfair and unjust society. Children. The United States faces an overpopulation crisis. For each productive, erudite college professor living | Read More »