Tag Archives: Change
Some of the latest reports in the media are focusing on statistics associated with new home construction and foreclosures. The news points to a slight rise in new home starts and a fall in foreclosures while homebuilder expectations are dropping … Continue reading
Listening to the radio yesterday, I heard a sound bite from a republican congresswoman who claimed that government enforced regulations on such things as food safety were stifling the economy. I understand that she feared for the the well being … Continue reading
The United States ranks 22nd on the corruptions perceptions index, behind such countries as Hong Kong, Iceland, and Qatar. For a nation that once prided itself as the greatest in the world, this is a tragic figure. Our sliding position … Continue reading
Perhaps you’ve never heard the word ‘recuse’ before. According to Merriam-Webster online dictionary, recuse means “to disqualify (oneself) as judge in a particular case; broadly : to remove (oneself) from participation to avoid a conflict of interest.” Generally, we hear … Continue reading
Looking for a third party candidate to vote for next year? Then check out Americans Elect 2012. Read this story on Popular Science to learn about the effort and then check out the website here.
THIS IS A REPOST FROM APRIL- Despite the fact that Nicaragua has invaded Costa Rica (a subject the mass media continues to largely ignore), I’m going to address another contemporary issue: the battle against collective bargaining rights. At present the … Continue reading
Normally on this blog you expect to find commentary on politics, society, economics… the social sciences essentially. Today though, I want to share with you an idea for our physical infrastructure rather than our socio-political. In particular, this post is … Continue reading