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May Day: A Most American Holiday

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May 1st is celebrated around the world[1] as the International Day of the Worker, a holiday to recognize the immense contributions of the ordinary working man (and woman). Once upon a time, it was celebrated with parades as unions brought their members out in a demonstration of strength and solidarity. The political implications were clear […]

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Happy Labor Day from Asia

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Happy Labor Day, America! The workers of Asia would like to thank you for agreeing to outsource all of your jobs to our region. We appreciate your generosity and marvel at the beneficence of your job-creating elites, who have declared that it will be Labor Day 365 days of the year from now on. Enjoy […]

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Happy (May) Labor Day, America

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The growth of income and wealth inequality has been much in the news over the past few years, but it is becoming especially pertinent now. A recently published book by French economist Thomas Piketty, “Capital in the XXIst Century”, has sparked a widespread public interest and intensified the debate. Mr. Piketty’s work shows how the […]

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Happy Labor Day!

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Labor Day: barbecues and beers, as Americans enjoy the last days of summer. The end of baseball, the beginning of football, and the first hint of chill in the night air. Back to school days, back to work days. As America gets ready to celebrate Labor Day, it is worth pausing a moment to remember […]

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“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams

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