Talking Sense examines truths we don’t recognize and fallacies we accept, realizing that politics and economics are opposites. That’s what makes politics interesting: people are always trying to convince us to do the wrong things for what they say are the right reasons.
Email signatures reveal a lot, and the words we use can often promote additional, pleasant thoughts in the recipients. This collection covers a lot of ground. Published 8:27 a.m. December 2, 2013 - Comments
Tim Kern taught economics for fifteen years, and discovered that understanding life is easy; it’s recognizing reality that takes practice. He holds a music degree, and later earned an MBA in finance from Northwestern University. He has lived across ...Read More
Born in 1930 in rural Missouri, Charles Vandegriffe, Sr., brings his time and place to the Communities.
Take time out of a busy schedule to enjoy the simple things in life.
Take a moment to remember Pearl Harbor, the start of World War II, and the sacrifices for freedom.
What a blessing it is to live in this country.
The ObamaCare system was not fully tested prior to implementation due to political reasons.
Columns from Voices around the World talking about the events, people, politics and social issues that concern us wherever, and whoever, we are.
Chef Mary Moran discusses the food we eat, where it comes from and what it does for us.
An informed and often humorous take on the world of advertising, public relations and social media. 100% Pure. Not from concentrate.
Does it take over 25 years in public service to really know what goes on in Washington?
NFL junkie Eric Golub reports on his favorite obsession. There is no football offseason. Every February he pretends to care about other sports while sobbing uncontrollably each Sunday until September.
Tim Kern taught economics for fifteen years, and discovered that understanding life is easy; it’s recognizing reality that takes practice. He holds a music degree, and later earned an MBA in finance from Northwestern University. He has lived across the US, and now makes his home in Anderson, Indiana.