Trump’s America is showing the telltale signs of a failing state

We have the tin-pot leader whose vanity knows no bounds. We have the rapacious family feathering their nests without regard for the law or common decency. We have utter disregard for values at home and abroad, the disdain for democracy, the hunger for constraining a free press, the admiration for thugs and strongmen worldwide. We have… Read more

People don’t trust scientific research when companies are involved

By John Besley, Associate Professor of Advertising and Public Relations, Michigan State University, Aaron M. McCright, Associate Professor of Sociology, Michigan State University, Kevin Elliott, Associate Professor of Fisheries & Wildlife and Philosophy, Michigan State University, Nagwan Zahry, PhD Student in Media and Information Studies, Michigan State University, and Joseph D. Martin, Fellow-in-Residence at the Consortium… Read more

Elon Musk And The Future Of Tesla, Apple, Model S And Model X In 4 Quotes

This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. As Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) CEO Elon Musk typically does during the company’s quarterly earnings calls, he shared key insighta about the business this week, including some comments on more speculative subjects. Commentary ranged from an update on what level of Model S and Model X sales Musk thinks Tesla… Read more

New Study: Psychopaths Are Most Likely To Study This In College …(business courses)

Psychopaths Are Most Likely To Study This In College Psychopathy is a real mental health condition that often goes undetected in people, which means you could be living next to, or with, a psychopath and not even know it. So how do you tell a psychopath from your average Joe? Well, according to a new […]

Trump’s Logic Could Apply Well Beyond Civil War

President Donald Trump’s “what if” about the idea of President Andrew Jackson preventing the Civil War is an amazingly impressive insight into American history. Imagine what would’ve happened if only there had been efforts to deal with slavery and avoid Civil War between 1776 and 1865. “ I mean had Andrew Jackson been a little later… Read more

Celebrate Earth Day 2017 With These Inspiring Quotes

April 22 is celebrated as Earth Day across the U.S. The annual event is meant to spread awareness about environment, reflect on the beauty of nature and preserve our surroundings. Earth Day also marks the anniversary of the start of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Gaylord Nelson, the then Wisconsin Democratic senator, founded the Earth… Read more

Trump budget shifts income to upper class: it’s a good thing for all of us

WASHINGTON, March 19, 2017 – Outspoken critics of President Trump’s policies, including liberal public-policy professor and former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, object that Trump’s policies will shift income from the lower class to the upper class. Looking at the numbers, it is easy to make that correct conclusion. But this is actually a good thing,… Read more

Laissez-Faire Government Should Concern Every Citizen

If the recent news from Washington isn’t a little unsettling, maybe you should look again. A new administration has brought some unconventional thinking to the Oval Office, and the repercussions could be felt for years by American consumers. Among the changes: An executive order that whenever an executive department or agency publicly proposes a new regulation… Read more

Economic growth with less debt

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Remember the debt limit? It’s back, and it matters. High and rising federal debt is a key contributor to sluggish economic growth and to lost opportunity for the America people. But Washington can help unleash growth and expand opportunity by acting to control spending before increasing the debt limit again. The debt limit is an… Read more