America has the world’s first two trillion dollar companies — Apple and Amazon. Go capitalism! The problem is that while corporate profits have never been higher, the average American’s life has fallen apart. In every single way that you can think of. The majority of Americans now live perched right at the edge of ruin, atop a razor blade of disaster. 80% percent live paycheck to paycheck, 70% can’t raise $1000 for an emergency, and so on. The average American faces a new kind of poverty — precarity. Hence, depression and suicide are skyrocketing, while extremism is rising, as people have lost faith in their society to ever really improve their lives again — the vast majority of Americans now expect their kids’ lives to decline, too.
You can wake up in life to find the tag “angry black woman” around your neck. No one really cares. But it’s your duty to throw off the “shackle” and scale the heights in life and career. These qualities are very crucial to that end.
You can wake up in life to find the tag “angry black woman” around your neck. No one really cares. But it’s your duty to throw off the “shackle” and scale the heights in life and career. These qualities are crucial to that end.
…ndidature and a Constitution designed to ensure the oppression of the majority by a select minority. You can see that the issue is not about street-gang-like political parties. The issue is the system. It is the system we must fight to change, not trade insults and curses across malleable party-political divides.
In today’s world, knowledge sharing and acquisition is a big deal. Every day, over 3.5 billion people go online to learn. For this enormous number of browsers, isn’t it interesting that you can trade some values for huge income by offering web-based classes?