There’s nothing really to say today. The US is more or less on hold until this man is caught.
Today is Presidents Day. Or is it President’s Day? Presidents’ Day? Who knows. It can be spelled just about any way you wish though. It could be a day where we celebrate presidents. Or it could be a holiday for the president. Or a day for all the presidents. Any way you want to spell [...]
I’m not a child of the generation that saw Dr. King. Nor am I a child of the generation that saw the transformation his leadership helped bring about. By the time I got to school, I had friends and classmates that were black, mixed, Indian, and even Native American. It just wasn’t a thing. SO [...]
If you haven’t heard the great news, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are having a baby. This news rocked Twitter so hard people actually took a break from talking about the fiscal cliff for 30 seconds. I got to thinking about who benefits more from this baby. A well-timed baby can lift the careers of [...]
All year long children look forward to Christmas morning. The whole day is usually fun filled with new toys, seeing family, and lots of good food. As we get older other realities set in: the stress of travel, hosting a dinner, or even having enough money to buy presents. These all compound on busy work [...]
Last year 9/11 was very significant. It was the 10 year anniversary and the memorials in New York were mostly completed along with the building that replaces the originals. But it was also the first 9/11 that Osama bin Laden didn’t get to see. It seems almost like the era of mourning is over and [...]
I’ve never really understood the point of a Facebook page, but thought I’d set one up anyway. I suppose one can use the “Like” to show your Weakonomics badge of honor on your profile. Perhaps there is value there. So “like” Weakonomics on Facebook and we’ll see what happens from there. As always, you can [...]
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