Category Archives: Contributed by ‘The Ed’
Contributed by Ed The Puerto Rican debt crisis is a complex web with many different threads. Any solution to the crisis will involve ripples that will leave winners and losers everywhere. These ripples will be felt for cities like … Continue reading
Contributed by Ed Being an engineer, I love to talk about rare earth elements (REEs). I can be very chatty about the magic of their F orbitals, what it means to their quantum mechanical properties, and so forth. I have … Continue reading
(Graphic Credit) Contributed by “The Ed” Larry Reed, President of the Foundation for Economic Education, gave a speech called “The Seven Principles of Sound Public Policy”. The YouTube video appears at the bottom of this article. I’ve taken the principles … Continue reading
Contributed by “The Ed” When my daughter was 18 and in an apartment for the first time, it was mid August and the A/C leaked water onto the carpet. Rather than fix the problem, the apartment maintenance just shut the … Continue reading
Contributed by “The Ed” As you’ve seen in many of my previous posts, I am uncompromising in the belief that freedom and responsibility should be joined at the hip. Sometimes it puts me at odds with the majority. Sometimes, my … Continue reading
(photo credit) Contributed by “The Ed” One of my neighbor’s children was perplexed. She had to write an essay about the differences between individualism and collectivism.