Category Archives: inequality

Predatory Capitalism

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

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Olympic Dishonesty

  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

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To Make Or To Buy?

  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

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Impact Of Pandemic On Business Cycle

  As business returning to “normal” and people back to in-person at the office, a gap between the supply and demand is prevailing across the board. Shortages of staff, material, and consumer confidence are making it a slow comeback for … Continue reading

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How Just Is Our Justice System?

  Innocent until proven guilty is a precept under our legal framework.  The process of proving someone’s guilt is conducted inside a courtroom.  But like any human systems, error happens.  The question is how much error can we tolerate? Would … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Apr 2021

Never worried much about how am I going to die.  Maybe a mistake on my part –  always figured just go when my time is up.  Like many others, I focus on how am I going to live.  However I … Continue reading

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Police Violence

  The phrase “Police Violence” is an oxymoron, but a real life one in America. Police’s job is to serve and protect the community by enforcing the laws. But more and more reports are coming to the surface about police … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 11 Apr 2021

How does one build trust?  Answer: one case at a time.  Simple as that may sound, real world application seems harder. Why so? You ask.  One, human relations are tricky, and it is further complicated by overabundant media channels.  It is … Continue reading

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America’s Bill of Rights

  Watching this video makes my blood boil.  How the police treated this US Army Lieutenant for a traffic stop is just wrong.  I would not want to be in the shoes of this Army Lieutenant.  Was the police using … Continue reading

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“Vaccine Hunters”

  Today, I learned a new term, “vaccine hunters.”  The “vaccine” refers to the Cornoavirus pandemic. Currently, three vaccines have been approved for emergency use in the US: Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.  The “hunter” needs a bit explanations. … Continue reading

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