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It’s the Rustle in the Grass That Is the Most Important
December 21, 2014

It’s the Rustle in the Grass That Is the Most Important

Anthropologists tell us that ancient humans had to decide, when they heard a rustle in the grass, whether it …Read the Rest

Is Progressive the New Liberal?
October 4, 2014

Is Progressive the New Liberal?

The term Progressive has been creeping into the political discourse in the past couple years.
Terms for political movements change all …Read the Rest

Hey Europe!  Welcome to Multiculturalism
July 8, 2014

Hey Europe! Welcome to Multiculturalism

People in the New World, the Americas and Australia, are fairly used to multiculturalism.  The majority of the populations in …Read the Rest

What Is an Offensive Team Name?
June 24, 2014

What Is an Offensive Team Name?

With the media controversy about the name of the Washington Redskins, we need to ask “What’s in a name?” and …Read the Rest

OMGTV News!  It’s Sensational!
May 14, 2014

OMGTV News! It’s Sensational!

Do you get irritated by the TV news anchors always throwing in extra adjectives to sensationalize their news stories.  Every …Read the Rest

Why Do American Border Guards Dislike Canadians?
April 21, 2014

Why Do American Border Guards Dislike Canadians?

You drive over the Ambassador Bridge from Windsor and pull up to a bulletproof booth, laden with video cameras, signs …Read the Rest

Let’s Hear It for the Right Brained Economists
March 11, 2014

Let’s Hear It for the Right Brained Economists

When I was in school, Economics was a purely left brained logical pursuit.  This always confused me because I knew …Read the Rest

Did the Berlin Wall Falling Help Create the Rise of the 1% in the US?
January 11, 2014

Did the Berlin Wall Falling Help Create the Rise of the 1% in the US?

When Communism dissolved and the Berlin Wall fell, the rush to capitalism began in the East.  In some Communist countries, …Read the Rest

Do Tips Compensate for Poor Pay?
December 31, 2013

Do Tips Compensate for Poor Pay?

Everyone these days seems to agree that salaries for service jobs are too low, particularly in the United States. …Read the Rest

Infrastructure: Important But Invisible
December 17, 2013

Infrastructure: Important But Invisible

Infrastructure has become an everyday subject for politicians.  Our cities, our countries, our homes – they all need maintenance and …Read the Rest

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