The intent of this blog is to promote human equality, human progress, human peace and justice, and optimism. To accomplish this, to encourage the discussion of ideas after identifying and discovering problems, and then creating positive solutions for "we the people," in order to provide for the "general welfare" and "domestic tranquility" of America now and its "posterity" into the future. To encourage an emphasis on separation of religion and state for all, no matter if this is for those "of faith" in a Maker / Creator (Deists, God-loving people, Christians, various people of spirituality) and atheists or agnostics.

We FINALLY procured a newspaper today, after driving 10 miles to get one. The Press & Sun-Bulletin.  According to an article in the newspaper, there is difficulty in finding newspaper delivery people. Really?  Perhaps someone in the media industry needs to do an in-depth report on this and get to the bottom of what is TRULY happening. Because I find this hard to believe that, with high unemployment numbers and from what some have told me, there is a pretty good pay for newspaper delivery people.  I know those in my own family who would like to make extra money because they are on temporary jobs and a morning delivery to get newspapers delivered by 7 or 8 am in the morning would be a nice extra income. So I find this hard to believe in this article.

I blame bad management for not being able to come up with a solution. Sorry, but when I have no problem in getting goods delivered by Amazon, then I have to wonder why people are blaming the unemployment checks? This approach is ludicrous. Why not contract with Amazon or others? Why not look into other ways of “building a better American mousetrap?” No. What I hear is a bunch of whining Trumpicans regarding unemployment checks. They could solve the problem, but they are not willing to put in the time. What about management which was once forced to work jobs when workers went on strike? Where are such people? Is it workers enjoying unemployment checks or lazy managers? When I was a professor and there might be a shortage of some workers, we had to fill in and got the job done. Yet we professors are attacked over and over again by Trumpicans, Jebicans, Scott-pricks, wanting to privatize everything.  As a professor, I also often tried to give the benefit of the doubt many times. But how many times does one have to continue to give the “benefit of the doubt,” over and over and over again?

Newspapers which have acquired other newspapers, merged them and created huge corporate conglomerates with control from the top and no concern for local issues and the local customers.

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