Columns

Sufficient affluence/sustainable economy: Economics for ­everyone (episode four)

June 19, 2019

By John F. Sase, Ph.D. Gerard J. Senick, General Editor Julie G. Sase, Copy Editor William A. Gross, Researcher “The possession of Knowledge, unless accompanied by a manifestation and expression in Action, is like the hoarding of precious metals — ...

From gay Nazis to 'we're here, we're queer': A century of arguing about gay pride

June 19, 2019

By Laurie Marhoefer University of Washington (THE CONVERSATION) — This month, hundreds of thousands of people around the world will join gay pride marches in cities big and small. In many cities, pride marches are controversial. In some – like ...

Will a 401(k) work in ­retirement? The proof is in the pudding

June 19, 2019

Kyle Zwiren The proof is in the pudding. What does that even mean? If I’m searching for an answer, do I eat some delicious chocolaty pudding? No, it’s just one of those things people say without really knowing what it means or where it came from. ...

The essentials of witness training

June 19, 2019

Julie Campanini, BridgeTower Media Newswires Witness preparation and training is critically important. After all, evidence comes through witnesses. Bad witnesses, if they are prominent, can tank a case. Knowing where you stand with your witnesses and how ...

The changing landscape of the auto industry

June 19, 2019

Mitchell Thomas, BridgeTower Media Newswires The automobile industry has been going through a flux in recent years. Though realizing an elevated occurrence of 17,270,000 domestic vehicle sales in 2018, the horizon appears challenging to duplicate this phenomena ...

25th Amendment wouldn't work to dump Trump

June 19, 2019

Erik M. Jensen, Case Western Reserve University (THE CONVERSATION) — Here’s some advice for frustrated impeachment advocates who think there might be other ways to force Donald Trump out of office: The 25th Amendment won’t help you. But that ...