Saudi oil politics, tenuous alliances in the Middle East, and the erosion of the Bretton Woods system firmly ensnared the United States in the trap of the petrodollar. Can the U.S. escape before the climate crisis worsens?
The United States thus finds itself in a somewhat circular predicament. The protection of voting rights depends on a body that is elected under voting procedures that increasingly curtail the access of minorities to the political process and whose institutional barriers prevent the majority of the voters from having their will heard.
Our education system has, in effect, reinforced America’s existing aristocracy.
ransforming time from a continuous variable to a system where frequent auctions are held and processed with groups of orders would eliminate the millisecond race that High-frequency traders are after while spurring competition.
limate change conversation, with its exaggerated focus on science and sensationalism, alienates the average person. As time runs out on ensuring a livable future, a critical re-evaluation of how environmental ideas are shared is in order.
Could federal efforts to decarbonize the agricultural sector turn the tide by appealing to environmental advocates on both sides of the political spectrum?
In addition to paying close attention to the behavior of High-Frequency Traders, politicians must coordinate bipartisan, large-scale responses to economic crises in order to properly recover and diminish the harm that comes from the next one.
At its core, America’s fixation on physical appearance is about status.