Some interesting charts on the changes in US food consumption over the last few decades. From Business Insider:
I had previously reported on changes to US fast food.
“This is a truly staggering fact: Wall Street bonuses totaled $27.5 billion last year, which is 3 times more than the combined annual earnings of *all* American workers employed full-time at the federal minimum wage.” — Robert Reich.
That is a sentence that needs to be read over several times, really slowly, to let the meaning sink in.
I have written how I would deal with banks.