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New Mexico Oil Boom a Political Hot Potato.

The southeastern section of New Mexico is experiencing a mini oil boom of sorts. The gushers are coming in on a regular basis in this Republican-dominated enclave of wildcatters. But there’s a problem brewing up in Santa Fe, the state capital, where last year the Democrat-dominated legislatures drew up a program of bills dubbed “The …

UAW/GM Strike Ends Today

UAW workers approved the contract their union representatives hammered out with General Motors Corporation earlier today. This approval ends the strike that has shut down dozens of factories throughout the Midwest and the so-called Rust Belt since the beginning of September. The United Auto Workers used their UAW website to make the announcement this morning, …

Boeing Earnings and Delivery Take a Nosedive.

Boeing has reported a sharp drop in quarterly deliveries, earning, and, most troubling, in sales today. The steep decline is being blamed on the problems connected with the two fatal crashes of their 737 Max plane jets earlier this year. The 737 Max was grounded after the second deadly crash, and none have flown since …

AI Face-Scan Algorithms to Replace HR Interviews?

HR departments with some of the biggest corporations in America have added a new sci-fi wrinkle to their hiring gambits. A.I. Artificial Intelligence has now become one of the latest and most powerful tools used to process potential employees. If you want to work for one of the bigger concerns in the United States today, …

Candidate Sanders says “Billionaires — Who needs ’em?”

Bernie Sanders, who is running for president in 2020, recently told a major New York newspaper that he is formulating a tax on the most wealthy that will, he hopes, eliminate billionaires. Both he and Sen. Liz Warren are proposing taxes on immoderate wealth that push accumulated assets into the stratosphere of hundreds of billions …

New Apple Variety Makes Debut in Produce Aisles this December.

Washington state agribusiness, in the form of its many apple growers and apple processing plants, is staking everything on a brand new apple — The Cosmic Crisp. Although the name has already produced jokes on late night TV and in stand up routines across the country, apple growers in Washington state, where the apple was …

More Employees Strike as Economy Continues to Expand.

At first it seems like a conundrum: With the American economy continuing with its decade-long winning streak there are now thousands and thousands of employees around the nation who have gone on strike for higher wages and better benefits. They range from auto workers in Detroit to public school teachers in Chicago — and those …

E-Signatures to Become Legal for Wills in Most States.

The ancient practice of making a will to take care of your property and assets dates all the back beyond ancient Greece. As most people understand it, a will here in the United States traces its legal form and basis back to the seventeenth century  and is based on English law. For many centuries one …

The Fed Warns of Climate Change Costs

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has just released their quarterly report, which is far from optimistic about the future of financial America in the coming years if climate change is allowed to continue unchecked. The report, which is supposed to steer clear of all controversy and opinionating, states clearly that unless something is …

Does China and the US Have a New Farm Trade Accord?

President Trump’s office memoed reporters last week that he has broken the ‘tariff wars’ blockade with China by implementing a ‘phase one’ trading deal with Beijing, which will guarantee massive agricultural purchases of American products by the Chinese in the coming year. The reason this statement has not received more notice is that the Chinese …