Why support Tax Inversions?

By Zachary Alexander on

You would think that the growing tax inversion trend is the worst think that could happen to the United States Economy. In fact, the specter of America’s most iconic companies becoming foreign companies has even the White House up in arms. Post-Globalists should consider if knowing the allegiance of a few transnational corporations outweighs the …

It’s about Strategic Networking not Leadership

By Zachary Alexander on

You can’t turn on cable news without hearing some pundit talk about the need for more American leadership. Republicans say that President Obama needs to lead. Neoconservatives (Neocons) say that the reason that there is so much turmoil in the world is because America is not leading. Some critics go as far as saying that …

Adding Makerspaces to Business School Value Chain

By Zachary Alexander on

There was a time after World War II when the only thing that returning veterans needed to do in order to secure their economic futures was to obtain a college degree. Now, a lot very serious people would advise returning veterans to attend business school. However, post-globalists should consider whether or not business schools are …

Convincing Corporatists to Support Makerspaces

By Zachary Alexander on

There is a need to expand support for investment in makerspaces even as the debate grows over the role corporatists will play in the 2016 Presidential Elections. A lot of very serious people are saying that hostility against corporatists will play a central role on both sides of the political spectrum. However, post-globalists need to …

Post-Globalism means ending the need for War

By Zachary Alexander on

A lot of very serious people have voiced concerns that the United States is no longer feared as it once was. They talk about President Barack Obama not being strong enough to safe guard the interests of the American people. Many say that the actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin shows that he understands how …

Promise Zones or Money Pits

By Zachary Alexander on

The last blog segment talks about the shortcomings of Promise Zones as a means of reducing income inequality. In this blog segment, you are asked to consider the all in costs of deploying Promise Zones. You are also asked to consider what’s left behind after the funding stops. Post-Globalists should be concerned about traditional government …

Promise Zones are not Strategic Networks

By Zachary Alexander on

Last week, President Barack Obama designated some lesser industrialized communities as promise zones. This is a dream come true for old establishment Republicans. You can think of a promise zone as an incentive program sponsored by the federal government. The problem is that promise zones are not strategic networks and post-globalists would consider a promise …

Latest Signs of Transnational Profiteering

By Zachary Alexander on

According to the Financial Times, transnational corporations are using cash on hand to buy commercial paper. Members of the Cost Cutter Wing of the Republican Party like to say that the problem with job growth in America is the crush of entitlements. On the other hand, the Freedom First Mob in Congress likes to say …

Make 2014 about New Blog Voices

By Zachary Alexander on

The government shutdown by the GOP provides an opportunity for Democrats to make inroads into the small business community. The GOP had taken the small business community for granted by treating them like small big businesses. However, post-globalists saw the clear distinctions between the interests of owner/operators that need things like small business loan processing …

Welcome to 2014

By Zachary Alexander on

For a lot of very serious people, 2014 will be about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. While those on the political right might chose to focus on how to extract concessions from President Barack Obama and 99 percent of the rest of the American people. While those on the left will concentrate on …