Consumers Can Price Gouge Too?

Mar 31, 2020 by

Sellers charging consumers higher-than-normal prices for goods during trying times are almost always accused price gouging. No matter...

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Yes, Economics SHOULD be Prior...

Mar 24, 2020 by

The tragic outbreak of the Coronavirus has aroused an ever growing sentiment that “economics” ought take a back seat to the general...

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Hunting Symbols, Neglecting Se...

Mar 9, 2020 by

by John A. Lancaster – The confederate flag continues to garner disapproval. Recently, Marine Corps. Commander David H. Berger...

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Black History or Black Narrati...

Feb 24, 2020 by

John A. Lancaster – 2020 marks the 50th year since Kent State elongated Carter G Woodson’s Negro History Week into what would...

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Vote or Else: Political Strong...

Feb 14, 2020 by

by John A. Lancaster – Bay area assemblyman Marc Levine (D) claims “California is a national leader on expanding voting rights...

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No, the Government Can’t...

Feb 4, 2020 by

The year 2020 kicked off with California’s Assembly Bill 5 going into effect. The bill is designed to fight the mis-categorization of...

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Is the Doomsday Clock Useful i...

Jan 28, 2020 by

Over 70 years ago, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists magazine debuted with a cover displaying a clock set to 7 minutes before...

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The Present Side of History

Jan 20, 2020 by

Over a millennium ago, Marcus Aurelius (of Roman Emperor fame) penned in his now famous Meditations, “every man’s life lies within...

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The Berning Undercurrent

Jan 17, 2020 by

Photo by Vidar Nordli-Mathisen on Unsplash The disturbing comments made by Bernie Sanders Field Organizer Kyle Jurek...

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The FDA Flavor Ban: Another Fu...

Jan 7, 2020 by

Photo by wild vibes on Unsplash In an attempt to curtail teen nicotine addiction, the Food and Drug Administration...

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Optimal Setting vs Optimal Rea...

Nov 20, 2019 by

John Lancaster John Lancaster- The push for “inclusion” and “diversification” in fields with traditionally uniform demographics...

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