The data from Wyden, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, places the corporate tax status quo in a larger context. This status quo, importantly, was created in part by the 2017 GOP tax cut, so it shows what Republicans want to maintain, and what Democrats want to change.
This right-wing website expends a great deal of effort bemoaning the inability of companies to find workers (mostly low-wage workers).
The problem, according to this right-wing view: The government’s unemployment pay assistance. The solution appears to be: Make workers suffer low income so they are forced to take low-wage jobs.
Completely ignored: The pandemic, workers’ fear of catching the virus, and one other solution: Increase wages.
There’s a reason why Zuckerberg called people who entrusted their personal information to facebook “dumb fucks“:
a dataset containing 553 million Facebook users’ data—including phone numbers, full names, locations, email addresses, and biographical information—was published for free online. (It appears this is the same dataset Motherboard reported on in January). More than half a billion current and former Facebook users are now at high risk of various kinds of fraud.
“This is my personal story of being targeted by the alt-right. It details the events but mainly my thought processes, the information I found on mainstream media and the internet about the organization that targeted me, and how I responded. I have received a lot of positive feedback and I’m treating this as a living document. Apparently these folks engage in a lot of intimidation tactics and do this kind of thing frequently.“
Isaac Kamola presents a thorough and detailed accounting of some of the attacks made against university professors. It’s lengthy but worth the read.