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 …

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 …

Don’t confuse Moral Outrage with Vitality

By Zachary Alexander on

Vitality is more sustainable than moral outrage. This is not to say that vitality doesn’t wane. Everything becomes commonplace overtime. Vitality can be reinvigorated by proximity to other vitality. It can be replenished through outreach. On the other hand outrage, actually numbs all but the most fervent supporters. Outrage is a game of diminishing returns. …

Will Post-Globalism obsolete the Labor Unions?

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A lot of very serious people would agree that labor unions played a key role in building the American middle class. Most would also agree that labor unions have been in decline since the start of President Ronald Reagan’s Presidency.  Labor activists would argue that the best way to end America’s long decline is by …