One of the challenges President Franklin Roosevelt faced in fashioning the New Deal was determining which sections of the nation were most in need
Perhaps more importantly, he or she needs to produce “more smartly.” In other words, as a society we must ensure that what is produced meets at least the basic needs of all citizens.
It’s so obvious when it’s personalized. It’s dinner-time for the family. Let’s say that you have five mouths to feed, but as you check the cupboard you see that you only have food for three.
We are just beginning to piece together the various causes for the current recession, from sub-prime lending, to reckless behavior on Wall Street, to
Peter S. Goodman’s recent article in the New York Times, “The New Poor: Millions of Unemployed Face Years Without Jobs,” paints a bleak picture
I’m really hoping this catches on because it provides local support and empowerment for the unemployed while simultaneously strengthening their political voice on the
America is supposed to be the land of opportunity, where people who work hard can create wealth and security for themselves and their families.
Bob Moore, a retired automobile service manager and advocate of healthy eating, founded Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods with his wife Charlee, in 1978.