The End Of Chris Christie’s National Ambitions & Other Musings In This Season Of Our Discontent
Apr20

The End Of Chris Christie’s National Ambitions & Other Musings In This Season Of Our Discontent

CHRIS CHRISTIE’S BRIDGE TO OBLIVION? In 2010, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie singlehandedly killed a planned $8.7 billion commuter train tunnel under the Hudson River that virtually everyone else believed would ensure the future health of the New York region’s economy. Christie argued that it was just too damned expensive for the frugal times in which he governed, an argument that held little water then and has now...

Read More
Show Me the Money
Apr15

Show Me the Money

What are the conservative justices on the Supreme Court thinking? First Citizens United and now the McCutcheon ruling. Do they honestly believe that wealthy people’s ability to spend money should be equated with free speech? Don’t they realize the unfair advantage this provides to affluent individuals who have more money to spend on political issues, whether it’s through Super PACs or direct contributions to parties and candidates? Or...

Read More
We Knew It Was Going To Happen
Apr14

We Knew It Was Going To Happen

After the United States and for that matter the World real estate collapsed the Chinese kept building to keep their economy growing.  The result was entire new cities where no body lived and empty apartments and retail space.  Many, including me, knew this was not sustainable.  Well now it’s happening: China Property Collapse Has Begun Nothing is going right for Hangzhou at this moment. Walmart will be closing its Zhaohui store...

Read More
K Is For Kobayashi Maru
Apr12

K Is For Kobayashi Maru

For those who are not familiar with the term Kobayashi Maru I will offer a brief explanation. The term comes from the film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and refers to an examination given to students at Starfleet Academy. On the surface it seems to be a character test of sorts. The student is supposedly on a routine patrol when he receives a distress call from a civilian vessel. Unfortunately, the ship is in a restricted area and...

Read More
Wages And Gender
Apr08

Wages And Gender

One of the topics of debate in the news today is the gender gap and as I ponder the issue I can’t help wondering about the story behind the story. I assume it goes without saying that if two people are doing the same job for the same time with the same performance they should get the same pay. If John and Mary are hired the same week and work for 3 yrs and are both pretty good workers then they should get basically the same pay....

Read More
Standardized Jobs (Cartoon)
Apr08

Standardized Jobs (Cartoon)

Copyright 2014 David Donar. All rights reserved. Copyright Donar, Political Graffiti Repost This Article 00...

Read More
Page 1 of 89912345...101520...Last »