Can Science Be Trusted?

A Question of Validity & Credibility That’s a provocative question, isn’t it? But the truth is, a lot of people today are questioning the validity of science; or at least, the credibility of many scientific reports and studies that are released. Wh…

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Trump’s Tariffs: Robbing Peter to Pay Paul

Unintended Consequences of Well-Intended Actions Donald Trump’s steep tariffs on steel and aluminum from three of America’s biggest trading partners — Canada, Mexico and the European Union – are a perfect example of what it means to lose sight of…

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March for Our Lives: Gun Violence

Taking Sides, Limiting Choices – Blowing our Chances It’s exactly one week since we participated in the March for Our Lives in Washington DC.  Having reflected on what I witnessed last week and studying the bigger picture surrounding guns in schools ov…

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