Our infrastructure is terribly vulnerable, and we remain at risk of a catastrophe. We’ve recently had 2 serious incidents. Let us wake up.
Today, the news is full of excitement about Bitcoin. Yet, China’s creation of its digital currency may, in the long-term, be more significant.
We show IDs to board planes, rent cars, check into hotels and pick up baseball tickets, so why not to cast a ballot, the highest responsibility and privilege of citizenship?
There’s the Fed.. and then there is everyone who lives in the real world. The Fed’s recent statements stand in increasingly sharp contrast to the real world in which ordinary Americans live.
Under Biden’s infrastructure plan, I fear we are similarly on a road to nowhere.
Beyond the cultural and political implications, mask are also becoming another unneeded symbol of class division.
Race or other identity based violence is always and everywhere despicable. The good news is that the vast majority of Americans of all sorts and stripes feel the same, and eschew racially-based (or any) violence as a means to address perceived wrongs. As Americans, we must unite in opposition to what we’re seeing in this country.
Throwing more stimulus money at pork-barrel projects will not only not solve our problems but will have severe unintended consequences over the long run.
The power grid failures in Texas and elsewhere have made it clear: The electrical grid in the United States is at risk.
Let’s settle one thing up front. We’re clearly witnessing a speculative bubble in the financial markets.
For a call to unity to work, there has to be a rallying point around which Americans might gather as one. This is missing from the Biden appeal.
There are certain things that the US government, companies, and individuals should be doing differently in this environment to prepare for the threat of China.
Let’s have some healthy skepticism of the “Russia did it!” narrative. I wouldn’t surprise me to see a shocking plot twist revealed shortly.
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The U.S. government has been in a long period of self-deception with regard to a 20-year-long run of deficits and growing indebtedness to fund them. The consequences of this multi-decade wooden-headedness are beginning to be revealed.
A pandemic, a solvency crisis and inflation may seem a strange combination. But 2020 has been a strange year in more ways than one – 2021 might even outdo it.
I recently spoke with Newsday about the risks of inflation in the near future and what that could impact.
Come January, the president will face the daunting challenge of sustainably reviving the US economy following what has been a most difficult year for American business.
As both citizens and investors, now is a good time to take care and take cover with inflation on the horizon.
It has been called the most contentious and controversial US presidential election ever. The nation never seemed more divided.
For economists, tales of hyperinflations are the academic equivalent of a reading of the Apocalypse in the book of Revelation.
Winter may be coming, but there is still time for a spring-like renewal for the United States.
Today, around the world, national, regional and local political leaders, along with their corporate and business peers, are facing in COVID-19 a leadership test unseen in generations.
We cannot permit COVID-19 to halt Africa’s progress. The continent’s leaders and its developed-country partners can and must contain the pandemic.