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T. S. Elliott famously said April is the cruelest month. For me, it's August — at least this year.
It's hard to say what, exactly, put me over the edge this August. There were a number of culprits: reporting a political story in the most contentious climate in recent history; an attempt at whistleblowing gone haywire; a traumatic falling out with someone close to me.
Despite the many virtues of Barack Obama's presidency, the masses have not shared equally in economic growth during it. Income and wealth inequality are still near all-time highs, and the trend of galloping monopolization of business — greased by lobbying from amoral Democratic Party elites like Rahm Emanuel — has barely slowed.
This wasn't always the case.
When a parade of women came forward in the last couple of weeks to say that Donald Trump had kissed or groped them against their will — just as Trump had bragged on that infamous Access Hollywood tape — he was livid. How on earth could news organizations report these allegations when Trump denied them?
AT&T has a behemoth plan to buy Time Warner. But Uncle Sam might smash the $85.4 billion deal before it becomes a reality.
To understand why, let's take a brief tour through America's history of antitrust law.
In the late 1800s, small farmers needed railroads to ship their crops to market. But the railroads were run by a small number of giant companies, who used their control over that market access to bleed farmers dry.
In an election year that feels like a dark turning point in the history of the American nation, Major League Baseball is offering us a World Series that consoles us with the most wholesome pleasures conceivable. In sports terms, the Indians and the Cubs are ancient and venerable clans, with hard-bitten fans that are too used to losing year after year.
The Indians last won a World Series in 1948.