Now is the time for the American people to stand up and use
their power to challenge the political establishment, to oust the war mongers, and
to join together in demanding a government that is committed to promoting the
common good and peaceful relations with the governments of other countries around
Tulsi Gabbard is the only Presidential candidate I’ve seen since John and Robert Kennedy who is willing to put her life on the line to lead the people in this battle against the forces of darkness and domination. Tulsi was “being groomed to be the next great Queen of the Democratic Party establishment” but threw it all away when she “refused to sacrifice her soul” and resigned as co-chair of the Democratic National Committee. Watch this video and start informing yourself.
One of my favorite radio programs is Freakonomics, and my very favorite grocery store is Trader Joe’s. What do these two things have to do with one another? Well, the other day, while preparing dinner, I was scanning the Freakonomics website to find an interesting episode I might have missed hearing on NPR.
Lo and behold, there at the top of the page was one titled, Should America
Be Run by … Trader Joe’s? (Ep. 359 Rebroadcast). Considering my
loyalty to Trader Joe’s and my keen interest in politics, I could not resist
listening to the podcast. Given my longstanding patronage, I already knew quite
a bit about the company from the standpoint of a customer, but was oblivious to
the many other features that make Trader Joe’s so unique.
If you’ve ever shopped at one of its stores you will know that TJ’s, as it is affectionately called, is not like other grocery chains. It does things differently. But beyond that, TJ’s business practices are also different, and in many cases contrary to conventional business “wisdom.” I could enumerate these to save you time, but that would spoil your enjoyment of listening to the program and pondering the possibilities as the program reveals them. But I’ll give you a hint: What do large corporation set as their top priority? Compare and contrast…