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As the year rolls on, this period always make me reflective. After all bulk of the year is already behind me. What else can I desperately hang on or change to make the year more meaningful? The feeling of melancholy … Continue reading
Predatory capitalism has been called “domination and exploitation [in]. . . economic practice,” or “capitalism without a conscience.” But wait, isn’t capitalism supposed to be good (at least from the US perspective)? Isn’t it supposed to bring out the best … Continue reading
It is hot & humid here in Washington DC with temperature in the low 90’s and Dew Point 71 degree Fahrenheit. But in comparison, I feel a lot worse for the athletes competing in the Tokyo summer Olympics. Because … Continue reading
Making America competitive is not only a goal but a necessity. China is raring to catch us and replace our position in the world as a major national power. So what do we need to do to be competitive? … Continue reading