Tuesday Links

As you’ve no doubt noticed I’m cheating and running behind on my schedule. I’m as behind on my reading as on everything else, but I thought I’d let you know about these three new additions to my list. To get back on track on Boko Haram, I hope to have time very soon for this […]

Review: Hand to Mouth

Hand to Mouth┬áby Linda Tirado is funny, yet dark. The observations about what it means to be poor in America are her own, the author repeatedly says, but they are very on point.┬áThe author takes us through her daily life, from work to children and relationships, via cleanliness, propriety and a host of other topics. […]

Global Tax

Tax evasion creates two kinds of inequality, between people and between countries. Companies evading taxes by diverting their profits to a country with a very low tax regime for businesses, create competition in tax rates between countries, eventually causing lower tax incomes for governments worldwide. In the meantime, the country where they operate but don’t […]