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THE EXPERT WITNESS: Sufficient affluence/sustainable economy ... continued

September 23, 2020

(Continued) .... Economics for everyone (episode seventeen) Brain calisthenics from the distant past The approach of using a 360-degree circle presented limitations, since many of the microtones fell in between degrees. Historical records suggest that ...

THE EXPERT WITNESS: Sufficient affluence/sustainable economy: Economics for everyone (episode seventeen)

September 23, 2020

Brain calisthenics from the distant past By John F. Sase, Ph.D. Gerard J. Senick, senior editor Julie G. Sase, copyeditor William A. Gross, researcher "A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers. Thinking the talking of the soul with itself. There ...

MY TURN: Echoes of a crisis still reverberate to this very day

September 23, 2020

He was deep in Africa, deeper than most people realized. He was in Malawi, a far-flung country that nobody will ever mistake for a resort destination. It is a little-known African nation, negligible in size and surrounded by Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zambia. His ...

COMMENTARY: Formulation of a persecuting society circa 1215 - adapted to 2020 times

September 23, 2020

By Samuel C. Damren Lawyers might recall Pope Innocent III as the Pontiff who annulled the Magna Carta in 1215. At the behest of King John, the Pope nullified the Great Charter only 11 weeks after the King and 25 English Barons sealed and executed it. In ...

COMMENTARY: Patriot Week helps renew spirit of 'First Principles'

September 23, 2020

By Judge Michael Warren Over a decade ago, my then 10-year-old daughter Leah pounded on a table and demanded a new celebration for America-and Patriot Week was born. She did so because the traditional civic calendar had been hallowed out by empty excuses ...

MAY IT PLEASE THE PALATE: Kacha Kela Nu Shak - Raw banana curry

September 23, 2020

(Nick Roumell welcomes another recipe from guest columnist Ashish Joshi.) My father was born in and grew up in colonial East Africa. Growing up I listened to the tall tales that my grandfather told me about life in Africa in early fifties. These tales grew ...