And how the New Deal began the creation of the greatest middle class in history?

The U.S. is a hopelessly divided country. Democrats need to realize that they aren’t running against their specific opponents as individuals. …

By taking ivermectin for Covid-19

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Calvin Trillian, one of my favorite poets, wrote the perfect poem about how to stop one of death’s most gruesome nightmares. it was on page 13 in the September 17–27 issue of one of my favorite magazines: The Nation.

Today’s Supreme Court is an extension of the Republicans in the Senate — not a Supreme Court of the U.S.

Influential and respected advocates for a woman’s right to choose should descend en masse on a major Texas city and place ads in all the newspapers. …

Two kinds of inflation deliver different results, and both affect the income and wealth discrepancy between the rich and everyone else.

Today’s cartoonists and commentators say that President Biden’s spending will feed the inflation beast and destroy our economy. They’ve got it totally backward.

Of course, everyone — rich, poor…

George Bernard Shaw inadvertently explained Donald Trump’s future successful run for president when he wrote: “Civilization is a race between education and catastrophe.” In 2016, education lost that race, and catastrophe won.

Trump became president because he was an accomplished demagogue, and too many voters never learned about the disastrous…

But it also illustrated how law-and-disorder President Trump uses his power to disrupt democracy’s ability to govern — and to increase his own control of our nation

By most persons’ account, Trump’s performance in the debate was terrible to the point that even Republicans were embarrassed.

But Joe Biden and…

Democrats represent all classes of citizens

The Fair Labor Standards Act, the Taft-Hartley Act and NAFTA are three of most important federal legislations that affected individual incomes and wealth. All of them substantially changed most Americans’ standard of living. …

We need an economy for the millions, not just the thousands

Before the corona virus, we already had the kind of economy that confronted President Roosevelt in 1933. We just didn’t know it.

The growing wealth and income disparity between the rich and the middle-class-and-poor was just waiting for a…

The case for leadership pluralism

Corporations succeed — and fail. Labor unions succeed — and fail. Dictatorships, aristocracies, theocracies, democracies and republics succeed — and fail. Capitalist and socialist economies succeed — and fail. Religious and secular leaders tell us how to succeed and we do — until we fail…

Because it is no longer possible

Conventional wisdom has said that impeachment of a president would further divide the country if it wasn’t bipartisan. That was a valid belief in the previous impeachment hearings of presidents Clinton and Nixon. …

Chuck Ezy Kelly

Retired college professor and management consultant

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