Need for Post-Globalism Follow Through

By Zachary Alexander on

It’s not uncommon for writers to spend hours if not days or weeks creating the perfect title only to regurgitate the same old platitudes in the body of their text. In fact, you could make a case that this why young people ignore economic content all together. It’s also why post-globalists must develop a consistent …

Don’t be confused by the WTO Deal

By Zachary Alexander on

Last weekend, the members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) reached a multilateral trade agreement, which used to be a sign of the viability of globalization. It was the first time in over a decade that highly industrialized markets and lesser industrialized markets were able to put their differences aside. However, post-globalists are reminded of …

Mandela’s fight for equality has not ended

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A lot of very serious people are talking about the passing of Nelson Mandela today and the times that he lived. They talk with nostalgia about the end of Apartheid and the fall of the Soviet Union then ignore the Arab Spring and the rise of aggressive nationalism around the world. On this day of …

Don’t Overreact to US Test Scores

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A lot of very serious people on cable news shows have been talking about the test scores of American school children. Many of the so-called gurus say that the test results show that United States Education system has reached a new crisis point. They point to the worries of executives at transnational corporations to make …

Under Private Investment at Home

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The so-called gurus on cable news like to talk about the trillions of dollars sitting on the sidelines. They say that the reason for the under investment by private companies is the Obama Administration’s inability to guarantee certainty in the marketplace. Progressive advocates like to conflate under private investment with the unwillingness to pay a …

How big a challenge is Income Inequality?

By Zachary Alexander on

There are a lot of very serious people on the left who are saying that Democrats need to focus on a living wage theme during in the 2014 elections. And Outlook on the Global Agenda 2014 describes the potential impact of income inequality as being very significant. What this means for post-globalists is that they …

Rural America suffers under GOP Strategy

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The main story yesterday was about Hillary Clinton and her potential run for President in 2016. On the other hand, there was no major coverage about the fate of lesser industrial communities. All of the cable news shows found time to talk about how Former Secretary of State is positioning for 2016. Post-Globalists need to …

Competing on a Pro-Growth Agenda

By Zachary Alexander on

The Presidential Election of 2014 won’t be fought over either healthcare or government shutdown. It will be fought over agendas for the future. The biggest danger facing America is that both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party will try to compete on the same populist message. This means that post-globalists need to make the …

Remain focused on the Economy

By Zachary Alexander on

If you spend any time watching cable news, you will hear about the problems with the web site for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). If you listen a little longer, you might hear that the GOP led shutdown of the federal government cost the country 24 billion dollars. What you won’t hear is a strategy …

Nurturing the future of Post-Globalism

By Zachary Alexander on

There was a time when the blogosphere was the home of the radical fringe. It was a place where new ideas could find a voice and social movements could be spawned. However, a lot of the pioneers in social media have gone mainstream or turned into blog networks. In fact, most post-globalists would agree that …