Tag Archives: Transportation

Job Sprawl Hurts Minorities and Poor in Suburbia

By Haya El-Nasser Aida “Didi” Nuñez used to have a car and a job she could drive to. Then she lost her job at a community center when funding dried up. And then she had an accident and lost her … Continue reading

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8 Ways Privatization Has Brought Pain and Misery to American Life

By Paul Buchheit Some of America’s leading news analysts are beginning to recognize the fallacy of the “free market.” Said Ted Koppel, “We are privatizing ourselves into one disaster after another.” Fareed Zakaria admitted, “I am a big fan of … Continue reading

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Never get a bad seat on a Southwest flight again

By Jason Cipriani One of the most anxiety-inducing moments you’ll hear a Southwest customer talk about is the process of checking in as close to 24 hours before a flight, hoping to see a boarding priority number prefaced with an … Continue reading

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