In this economy, shooting requires hard work

To hold a job these days, it seems like a worker needs one basic trait: pulse. Some jobs always require a little more than being able to stay awake. In the narrow labor market Within half a century, people may pass into higher positions just by going through the motions as well. “You have to … Read more

Stock Markets End Less Volatile Session

US stock and bond yields fell, as the S&P 500 index flirted with a alcohol marketContinuing investor concerns about the health of the economy perpetuated the recent sell-off. Major indexes fell early in the Thursday session, a day later drop 4%, before the restoration of the land. They eventually ended lower, with all three on … Read more

Student mental health crisis

Editor’s Note: In this Show the futureStudents discuss mental health. Next week we will be asking, “Recent shootings have once again increased calls for gun control. Should we tighten gun control as much as the Second Amendment allows? Should we have a constitutional amendment that repeals the original Second Amendment?” Students must click here To … Read more

The next epidemic: mental illness

A long term for what the United States often does with the mentally ill is “storage”. Out of sight and out of mind. This ends. They are everywhere – on the streets, in our homes, in our schools and prisons. Emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic, America is overflowing with people with a wide range of … Read more