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Private-Sector Job Openings and Quits Remain Elevated
“Job openings and quits remained near record levels in February. Labor difficulties, material shortages, and logistical issues as well as high inflation, a newly initiated Fed tightening cycle, and global political and economic turmoil from the Russian invasion of Ukraine are raising the risks for the U.S. economy.” ~ Robert HughesREAD MORE
Consumer Confidence Improved Slightly as Expectations Plunged in March
“Consumer expectations weakened again in March, but improved present views offset the decline, lifting overall consumer confidence. Elevated price pressures, Russian aggression in Ukraine, and a Fed tightening cycle increase risks for the economic outlook.” ~ Robert HughesREAD MORE
Black Land Ownership Following Emancipation
“The problem in the South following emancipation wasn’t that blacks were unable to navigate a private property-based, market-oriented economy; but it was segregation, especially of the public schools, and Jim Crow laws in general.” ~ Clifford F. ThiesREAD MORE
Why Not Rebel?
“Ironically, only in the United States and a few other relatively good places to live do people retain sufficient liberty to develop alternative governance systems capable of replacing existing ones, should that ever become necessary.” ~ Robert E. WrightREAD MORE
The Business of Academic Cheating
“There are companies that encourage students to upload their tests and answers to massive document banks. Those companies then sell those tests and assignments back to other students.” ~ Ashley NorrisREAD MORE
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