Cooperatively fighting debt

Friend and colleague Somer Sherwood recently shared an interesting article that I’ve been mulling over ever since — it is, on its face, a straightforward tale of economic and financial planning. But it’s also more than that. It’s about family, and the collective bonds of people (related or otherwise) willing to work together to support […]

Raising minimum wage is actually totally capitalist

The escalating debate over minimum wage in this country is often framed in very simplistic liberal versus conservative terms, with the assumption that liberals support higher wages and conservatives do not. The truth, though, is a bit more complicated, for while many conservatives do resist a higher minimum wage, they shouldn’t, and not just because higher minimum […]