"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
"Buffett returned to Omaha in 1956 after working in the investment business in New York."- Columbus Daily Telegram, The 12/5/1968
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 7, 1958 THE NORTH ADAMS MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT
Maine won't even consider a single payer until the idiot in Augusta is no longer governor or tunes his TV to something other than Fox.
Anybody out there(or staff) like my input to this forum? Encouragement needed!
Tomorrow is payday, and according to some conservatives, I'm not supposed to go to the bank and collect the stipend SSI sends each month.
Living on less than 10 grand a year is a challenge. Squeezing a utility bill load and food for myself and three dogs out of this leads to a monthly introspection of what is important. Can't even operate a motor vehicle, so it's Shank's Mare or the bus.
printed in THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 19, 1955
"May 17, 1955
To Our Employees:
You are still idle after four weeks of strike because your Union has refused to accept our offer of a new contract. Your Union has so far refused to face up to the question of how to save your job and the other textile jobs in New England which are being destroyed by competition from Southern Union as well as non-Union mills.
Not to slam Democratic talking points, but if politicians really wanted "redistribution of wealth" how about considering something like Amortization reform; that is,if you have paid 30% of the term you should own 30% of the house & if the bank still owns 96% of the house then let them pay 96% of the property tax. They have had it so good for so long.
The People incur the full cost of the businesses operations above and beyond that reflected in the firm's operating expenses.
Deregulation is just a tool in efforts to concentrate wealth.
The Old Lady Benevolent and Protective Society noted in the evening news that an old lady in Miami, a mere slip of a lady, had her water shut off by the water company in Miami, Florida when she couldn't pay a bill they sent her for $933 for one month's usage. Because the meter was found to be functioning correctly, by the water company, they cut her off, as her $200 per month in social security income could not possibly cover the bill.
Water company workers suggested a leaky toilet was the problem, but the plumber said, "No way."
A new report alleges incidents of abuse at a Chicago psychiatric hospital owned by a for-profit company. Some staff members have abused or physically harmed patients and delayed in getting them medication at Hartgrove Hospital. The report was part of a six-month investigation done for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services by the University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Psychiatry, which also worked with the ACLU of Illinois to conduct reviews of local psychiatric hospitals as a result of a consent decree reached in the case of B.H. v.