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The United States is one of the most socialist economies in the world. Most Americans would be surprised to hear this because we still lack a legitimate social security net, an equitable public education system, and even a basic assurance of healthca...

American Socialism: Accept it, but Do it Right

The United States is one of the most socialist economies in the world. Most Americans would be surprised to hear this because we still lack a legitimate social security net, an equitable public education system, and even a basic assurance of healthca...

I walked into a bank the other day and tried to apply for a credit card. It did not go well. Apparently, my income is too low, my student loan balance too high, and even extending a $300 per month line of credit is too much of an ask. None of that sh...

How to Reform the Broken Brokerage Industry

I walked into a bank the other day and tried to apply for a credit card. It did not go well. Apparently, my income is too low, my student loan balance too high, and even extending a $300 per month line of credit is too much of an ask. None of that sh...

For the first 15 years of the 21st century, Democrats and Big Tech seemed to get along. There was something exciting and progressive about the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos that made them distinct from the Koch Brothers and Rupert Murdoch. ...

American Big Tech Will Not Protect You

For the first 15 years of the 21st century, Democrats and Big Tech seemed to get along. There was something exciting and progressive about the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos that made them distinct from the Koch Brothers and Rupert Murdoch. ...