Bill Knight

Bill Knight – December 12
2:26 pm
Wed December 11, 2013

New Scheme for Cutting Social Security

Bill Knight

Seeing contradictions instead of complexities in attitudes and preferences by the Millennial generation is perhaps why Big Business and the elite have started focusing on 18- to 34-year-old Americans in the newest scheme to cut Social Security. But 1 percenters have misinterpreted young adults as vulnerable, dumb or both.

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Bill Knight – December 5
11:12 am
Wed December 4, 2013

Lessons From Man’s Best Friend

Bill Knight

As the possibility of a new government shutdown appears this winter, the lack of even superficial relationships on Capitol Hill makes one long for some positive parallel in constructive interactions – even connections that may be partly illusions.

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Bill Knight – November 28
11:00 am
Wed November 27, 2013

The Prophets of Profits

Bill Knight

This week we give thanks for what we have, even while recognizing the work ahead to achieve and accept other graces. As we celebrate Thanksgiving, counting our blessings, we may also take comfort in the action of a man whose business is blessings. And CEOs of U.S. corporations may also take notice.

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Bill Knight – November 21
1:14 pm
Wed November 20, 2013

Taxpayers Subsidizing Fast Food Profits

Bill Knight

Two months after a national strike against restaurants by workers demanding a raise, there’s a lot still left out of coverage of the disagreement.

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Bill Knight – November 14
10:24 am
Wed November 13, 2013

A Hike in the Minimum Wage is Overdue

Bill Knight

Like most Americans, I’ve worked minimum-wage jobs. As an adolescent and a young adult, I worked on a farm, in a grocery store, and for a carpenter, and co-workers weren’t all teens. A grouchy guy in his 40s who smoked unfiltered Camels and swung a hammer like it was a Stradivarius pounded nails alongside me; a single mom was head cashier, knew the supermarket better than the boss, and mothered bag boys as well as ran the register.

At each workplace, the employer would’ve paid less if they could have.

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