I write this missive in the year 2014 from my small, poorly ventilated office in the Shandong Province of China where my job and millions of others have been outsourced by President Mitt Romney and his Republican allies in Congress.
On Monday, November 5th Bain Capital is outsourcing my job to China. On Tuesday, November 6th I'm casting my vote against Mitt Romney.
The use of private contractors is not just for the Pentagon or the State Department. It is also for that frequently crashing collection of agencies e...
Governmental indifference and corruption is only one enabling factor. It is the grave negligence by the Western media that allows the companies to continue with their exploitative business practices.
We know half the debate will focus on economic themes. Let's hope Jim Lehrer asks at least one of these vital questions.
Now that the London Olympics are receding into memory and the world has moved on to other pressing sports issues, like substitute NFL referees, the time is right to look back and ask one very important question; namely, just how badly did G4S screw up?
Big Data can be obtained and used for a price. Employ the correct methods for taming the beast that is Big Data and market domination becomes a real possibility.
The real education issues are jobs and poverty. Don't hold your breath waiting for either party to discuss them. It's much easier to blame bad teachers for everything that is wrong in society.
Freeport Mayor George Gaulrapp, who has supported the encampment and fended off calls for it to be shut down, says Romney should get directly involved in the issue.
One of the enormous changes in the past four years has been the growth in the use of social media. From 100m Facebook users in 2008 to almost a billion now, there has never been a better time for to tell my audience that I'm about to update an old book.
What is the future of work? Which party will prevail in not only lowering our unhealthy unemployment rate but ensuring that job growth will continue based on genuine prosperity and not the "bubble economics" such as the housing and internet bubble enabled by Bill Clinton?
Mitt has a jobs plan: Go where the jobs are outsourced! Self-deportation!
Mitt Romney may have run a company that outsourced jobs but Clinton ran a country that did.
We are all created equal in the sight of God. Americans are entitled to worry about themselves, but they are morally obligated as well to empathize with and engage in the affairs of others and to recognize the interdependent nature of our world.
This campaign season, each candidate has been accused of being a liar, out of touch with the middle class, clueless on how to fix the economy, or ending Medicare as we know it. It used to be if you were caught in a lie you had to apologize for it. Not today.