At no point in time should anyone eat a casserole.
So if the Senate borrows $150 mil, for how long and how much interest will be added o the principal? And ain't it funny the interest rate will be higher than the tax rate that Volvo won't be required to pay?
Well, you know more about it than I do; for instance, you said "This has been going on for a few weeks now."
I'm just participating in my community. When The Scene™ pops back up, forgive me if I get excited. It was, for a long time, my weekly fix for local White Privilege.
Is that a pizza? Is that a cake?
Could it be a CASSEROLE?
Is Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream re-packaged Blue Bell?
I guess, maybe. I don't know. It's not really like I'm following it.
The Scene™ has? Weeks?
Proof that the owners and employees of D'Als are truly some of the best people in all of Charleston!
Boeing says "they could work with them". But they'd rather not.
Dude, get out of the Huddle House more. This has been going on for a few weeks now.
duck fat fries r awesome.
Hey kid...what do you think of this place?
That is a huge accomplishment and honor! Congrats! At the next comic book show I am putting on in town early next month another 2015 Eisner nominee, Sandy Jarrell, who got the not for his work on the Meteor Men graphic novel will be a guest.
My choices: 1) Abolish capital punishment; 2)firing squad 3)guillotine, if one is available.
Look at all the big money democrats seeking office.
Congratulations on the nomination.
Good luck. This is an extremely high honor for anyone in the industry.
I wonder if the city paper could run another more in depth article on her. I'd love to read about her experiences, how she got where she is and if she is a native of the holy city. We love to push the talents of our own :)
artrogue - there you go again trying to fight beliefs with facts. One thing you have yet to learn is you can't argue with a liberal mind using factual information. They do not understand it and by default, if their argument is disproved by said factual information they will question the validity of either it or, more typically, the person who presents it.
And AlexM - why did Detroit cars suck? Because they were built by overpaid inefficient and lazy union workers who believed that no matter how shoddy their work was they were in a union and they would never lose their jobs. It is not possible to only give unions the credit for the good things and absolve them of the ills that they cause.
The people here did not want to unionize and that is their right. One of the biggest reasons is that the union did everything in their power to try and prevent Boeing from expanding here including striking, attempting legal maneuvering in collusion with the NLRB and calling people in South Carolina (yes, Bill Hayden, it is South Carolina not North Carolina, be a better troll) incompetent and incapable. The union needs to realize that they lost and get the hell out.
ALEX-M "The collapse of Detroit has nothing to do with unions and everything to do with mismanagement. People stopped buying Detroit-based cars, because quite frankly, they sucked. When people don't buy your cars, you don't make money. Period. End of story."
End of story? people stopped buying cars that sucked and Detroit collapsed...Wow brilliant thesis. How about union backed workers who made absurd wages caused detroit auto makers to spend less money on improvements and new technology and hence their cars sucked. When you have to pay a guy who sweeps the floor 25 bucks an hour because he is union things start to take a downward spiral from there. Ford and other auto makers rebounded because they moved their ass out of Detroit and away from the unions.
I've been looking for a nice place in town to get my meat smoked.
Nope. Your wrong.
Try looking at some data other than a far left organization like http://foreconomicjustice.org/.
That popular graph used by many left leaning news organizations is wrong.
It rests on misinterpreted economic data.
More careful comparisons show that measured productivity has increased 100 percent and average compensation has risen 77 percent over the past 40 years. Issues inflating productivity measurements account for most of the remaining 23 percentage point difference.
An apples-to-apples comparison shows that employee compensation continues to closely follow productivity.
Foreconomicjustice juxtaposes productivity and pay data that cannot be directly compared, leading to inaccurate conclusions. The claim that pay has lagged far behind productivity growth:
- Examines wage growth instead of total compensation, which includes
rapidly growing benefits;
- Uses different price indexes to adjust pay and productivity for inflation;
- Omits the effect of faster depreciation, which reduces net income but not gross productivity; and Ignores known measurement errors in Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) productivity calculations.
Check these sources.
Harvard Professor Martin Feldstein, the former President of the National Bureau of Economic Research, concluded that the apparent divergence results from using the wrong data to measure pay and productivity. Using the correct data, he finds that pay and productivity have both grown together.
Dean Baker, director of the left-leaning Center for Economic and Policy Research, and staff at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis also come to that conclusion.
Georgetown Professor Stephen Rose likewise finds that the apparent gap between pay and productivity collapses under scrutiny.
He concludes that economic growth resulting from productivity growth continues to benefit working Americans.
Most economists believe that employers generally set pay levels according to worker productivity, though a temporary gap may develop during periods of high unemployment such as the nation is now experiencing.
"Local's" from New York. Go home.
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