Are people who live in welfare states more tolerant?

I am not sure why I ever thought that people who live in welfare states would tend to be more tolerant than people in countries with smaller governments. It might have something to do with all the talk about social solidarity and social cohesion by those advocating collectivist policies. Rather than thinking about egality and . . . → Read More: Are People Who Live in Welfare States More Tolerant?

Cleveburgh on Cleveburgh

Cleveburgh redux in the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Sunday… and check out their enhancement of my graphic.  Cool.

PD is not new to the topic and from over a couple years ago was this:  Pittsburgh’s renaissance holds lesson for Cleveland.  It is worth noting that that story was out a half year before the . . . → Read More: Cleveburgh on Cleveburgh

Jobs Outlook Continues to Improve

Three reports this past week continue to point to healthy jobs growth in the U.S.

On Tuesday the New York region posted healthy activity with the Empire State general business conditions index rising more than two points to 11.92. New orders showed significant acceleration and new orders accelerated to 25.39.

The report registered accelerating . . . → Read More: Jobs Outlook Continues to Improve