s China's surging economy sustainable? How corrupt is the Chinese Communist government? What is really inside Chinese society, finance, politics and international relations? Get great ideas from provocative commentator Zhibin Gu of World Association of International Studies at Stanford University.
Building community centers (as in Vancouver B.C.), redistributing income and assets from the top to the bottom, expanding the public non-profit sector, accepting housing, education and health care as human rights and not privileges and reducing working hours would be important steps to cushion the working and non-working sectors and transition from empire to republic.
Stewart Alexander says “The Democrat front-runner Jerry Brown and Republicans Meg Whitman and Steve Poizner support the death penalty and the Three Strikes law. The truth is, these three candidates for governor are aware that capital punishment is robbing the public of billions of dollars to subsidize a broken down criminal justice system.”
Is weak Chinese yuan to blame for causing global financial crisis? What is really behind China's stock market, trade, outsourcing and politics in light of the next stage world wealth, employment and investment? Get challenging ideas.
Alexander says Californians need to pause and examine Meg Whitman’s business dealing with Goldman Sachs considering the alleged fraud by Goldman Sachs occurred on Whitman’s watch with the investment bank; “Only Washington has the resources to launch an immediate investigation during the final months before the November Election.”