University of Chicago Economist and Nobel Laureate Gary Becker says: I have been arguing on this blog and elsewhere that the best approach now is for Congress and the president to concentrate on increasing long-term economic growth. This would require low taxes on investments, encouragement to basic R&D, and sharp reductions in expected government spending, especially on social security retirement income and Medicare and Medicaid. Tax revenue would also have to increase, and this could be accomplished through widening the tax base, such as by eliminating the tax exemption on mortgages, by flattening out income tax rates, and perhaps also by adding a value added tax.
Because the milk was thin and had an unnatural, bluish tint, vendors stirred in additives such as chalk, flour, eggs, and Plaster-of-Paris.
Huge shifts in the workforce demand real-world changes in management practices; “command-and-control” no longer cuts it.
"When Harry Met Sally" lied to you.
Humanity is never fully in control of its creations. This lesson from Mary Shelley has remained relevant for over 200 years.
There are issues with Kinsey's data, but his books revolutionized Americans' thinking about sex and sexuality.