Repairing our way out of infinite growth
Make, use and toss.
Our economy, and the infinite growth model its based on, wants us to continually increase the speed at which we consume and discard. It values volume and sales, and ignores waste.
The deep corporate tax cuts the White House is championing might do the exact opposite from what its backers claim. Instead of somehow raising most Americans’ take-home pay by $4,000 per year, as the president claims the cuts would, they could, instead, cost people their jobs.