“Out of the frying pan, into the fire” is an apt description of our current place in history. No matter what you think of globalization, I believe we’ll soon discover that capitalism without it is much, much worse. No one needs to convince establishment economists, politicians and pundits that the absence of globalization and growth spells trouble. They’ve pushed globalization as the Viagra of economic growth for years. But globalization has never been popular with everyone. Capitalism’s critics recognize that it generates tremendous wealth and power for a tiny fraction of the Earth’s seven billion people, makes room for some in the middle class, but keeps most of humanity destitute and desperate, while trashing the planet and jeopardizing human survival for generations to come. More
Source: The Tragedy of American Science
Republicans hoped that the confirmation fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh could give them a boost in the 2018 midterms, but as those debates fade from memory and many polls have tightened with the elections draw nearer, it seems increasingly certain that the Democrats will win back control of the House of Representatives.