As the Biden administration takes office, we begin our return to multilateral approaches to problem-solving in a complex world, but many may not be on board. We need to recognize and tend to their grievances. In the past, the
“If the U.S. [continues] to grow … crops of poor, desperate, dissatisfied, nomadic, miserable-waged populations … then our republican experiment notwithstanding all its surface-successes, is at heart an unhealthy failure.” – Walt Whitman With the approval of Covid-19 vaccines
“The line between disorder and order lies in logistics.” – Sun Tzu As the Democrat and Republican parties wrap up their conventions, they will embark on their campaigns for President amid a national public health emergency. Instead of traditional
Missed opportunity to suppress the transmission of COVID-19 and save lives “I have no desire to suffer twice, in reality, and then in retrospect.” – Sophocles, Oedipus Rex After initial stumbles, the response to the COVID-19 crisis seemed straight forward.
“He was reluctant to open it, for once such a thing is opened, it cannot be shut again” – Cry, the Beloved Country, Alan Paton It has been over two months since we’ve gone into self-isolation. While the daily
“The journey a ponderous one at times, long and slow but necessarily so” – Lockdown In mid-January, we began to wonder whether a modern-day Oedipus Rex would confront the U.S., but concerns were cast aside. Since the beginning of the
The rapidity with which the pandemic has cratered the global and the US economies is truly unnerving. In response, and with atypically great speed, it would appear as if central banks around the world are working together to pull
It’s a Wonderful Life: Are Capra’s Values Still Alive in Today’s Economy?
“I cannot remember the books I’ve read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson A “future of work” search of the Internet returns over 100 million results, including
Mortgage Media, the leading publication on mortgage finance and technology, shared a guest post by Bill Kelvie. Read below: Creative Destruction: Too Far for Mortgages?