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What Retailers Said Then Reveals Itself As False

May 20, 2015

(From 1997)

The latest proposal to raise the $5.15 wage floor by $1 has retailers in a difficult spot.

With labor among the industry’s highest expenses, following inventory, it is strenuously objecting to any further increase, yet its usual arguments

The Poverty Gap – Can’t Say We’re Surprised.

May 13, 2015

richpoorOver the past thirty years, America’s rich and well-educated have gotten richer, and the poor poorer. Since 1990 the wealthiest 5 percent has increased its income by 16 percent, while the income of the bottom 20 percent has fallen by

The Stars Over New Mexico Shine Brightly

April 20, 2015

Rising 300 feet from the canyon floor, Fajada Butte is a dominant landmark at the southeastern end of Chaco Canyon. Near the summit of the butte on a June day in 1977, Anna Sofaer, an artist, was recording one of

Was Clinton Too Watered Down?

April 12, 2015

IN his weekly radio address in mid April President Clinton lamented that his anti-terrorism bill had been watered down and argued that “we need the real thing.” When the bill was in conference, Democrats worked to add provisions to give

How To Get Young-Looking Skin

March 29, 2015

dermatologyThe beauty industry is packed with anti-wrinkle creams from different brands. This is because many people have come to realize the importance of having a youthful-looking skin. It is crucial to be informed the results may vary due to several …

Fear Nothing, And You Will Grow!

February 27, 2015

Everyone faces fears and failures, risks and rejections. Yet there are those, like Sidney Poitier, who instinctively know how to fear less and hope more. Consequently, when they are struck down by disaster and crisis or when they face

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