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How to handle co-worker who is always complaining
We all have at least one co-worker who constantly complains and never seems to have anything positive to say. Emotions are contagious and negative attitudes can spread quickly. That's bad news for workplace morale and productivity.https://edition.cnn.com/2019/08/09/success/negative-complaining-coworker/index.html?utm_term=link&utm_source=fbCNN&utm_content=2019-08-09T19%3A04%3A42&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR1HY09y9V4vAW_UOoKZ86awKBQgDziJXZv-waLOMqGcqyq0crKauyIwdlY
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How The US Tax Code Favors The Wealthy
The richest 1% of Americans own 35% of the nation’s wealth. The bottom 80% own just 11% of the nation’s wealth. In the 1950s and 1960s, when the economy was booming, the wealthiest Americans paid a top income tax rate of 91%. Today, the top rate is 43.4%. The richest 1% pay an effective federal income tax rate of 24.7% in 2014; someone making an average of $75,000 is paying a 19.7% rate. The average federal income tax rate of the richest 400 Americans was just 20 percent in 2009. Taxing investment income at a much lower rate than salaries and wages are taxed loses $1.3 trillion over 10 years. 1,470 households reported income of more than $1 million in 2009 but paid zero federal income taxes on it.https://americansfortaxfairness.org/tax-fairness-briefing-booklet/fact-sheet-taxing-wealthy-americans/
Does sports unite or divide people?
In an often divided world, sports is a unique and important connective tissue that binds people together, both across and within societies. As we think about the forums that unite us as people, regardless of background or beliefs, it is hard to think of many as powerful as the stadiums we fill to cheer for our favourite teams and players, or the fields where we play together for pleasure and exercise. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/02/north-and-south-korea-have-shown-us-the-unifying-power-of-sport/