The opportunity to report about something positive in the kind of blog I write is rare. For example, while reports abound of corporate theft and paltry remuneration for the workers that make big profits possible, less common is a story about a business… . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Now This Is The Kind Of Story I Like To Read About
Over the years on this blog, I have been deeply and justifiably critical of the excesses of unfettered capitalism. Degradation of the environment, activities contributing to widescale climate change, and exploitation of labour have been some common targets. Yet every so often, something comes along to show that not all businesses are based on . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Giving Credit Where It Is Due
I was very pleased to read that Honey Maid has joined the 21st century, evidence of which can be seen in the following television commercial:.
However, those mired in an earlier time are not so happy. You can click here to see why they have gotten their tunics in a twist, but I’ll offer . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Getting Their Tunics In A Twist
Hmm, it seems someone from the Office Of Corporate Orthodoxy needs to have a chat with this fellow:
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