Kasich is gone. Carly Fiorina was a vice presidential candidate for six days while Donald Trump accused Ted Cruz's father of having a hand in the murder of John F. Kennedy before declaring on national television that he was going to win "bigly." That's right, "bigly." Bernie Sanders still has some fight in him, but the Trump v. Clinton contest is taking shape, and it is gruesomely likely that we're all going to lose bigly when the deal goes down.
Economist Paul Craig Roberts, a former undersecretary of the US Treasury and former Wall Street Journal editor, discusses recent developments in Greece, how countries are indebted and forced to accept austerity, current US economic conditions and the US presidential election.
All levels of education have now been turned into a giant Ponzi scheme that is driven by the ideology of a narrowly educated cadre of computer scientists, technologists and venture capitalists who ignore the consequences of continuing to replace workers with machines.