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The Income Gap In America – The Reality of Increasing Inequality

Click here for the complete report in PDF INTRODUCTION The debate over the income gap in the United States is nothing new. However, in recent years, the gaps between the wealthy and indigent and the privileged and underprivileged have widened… Continue Reading →

Why Ownership Matters

A little over a decade ago, in 2004 to be exact, the subject of ownership in democratic capitalist society was raised as a national political issue. Attribution goes to President George W. Bush, as he was campaigning for a second… Continue Reading →

Innovation Through Collaboration: Working Together to Invent a Brighter Future

By Matthew Harang From blue jeans to apple pie—there’s no place on earth like the United States. We are a nation of immigrants. We willingly migrated from all across the globe to chase the American dream of freedom, prosperity and… Continue Reading →

America and Job Creation: Years 2014 to 2044

By Russell Ruggiero and Matthew Harang Since the Great Recession started somewhere around 2006, America has lost millions of well-paying jobs and replaced them with the lower-paying type. This trend is quite troublesome and will most likely foster a lower… Continue Reading →

The Revitalization of America

The Revitalization of America is a large-scale report by Rex Brooks, Russell Ruggiero, and Matthew Harang. This is the second major effort by this writing team, and the new report touches upon a number of key topics which directly impact… Continue Reading →

Has the U.S. Housing Market Turned the Corner?

By Russell Ruggiero The recent $88,000,000 sale of 15 Central Park West in Manhattan was not a good indicator regarding the overall health of the national housing market. For a better barometer, well respected reports such as the Case –… Continue Reading →

Britain may see its AAA rating lowered

By Tasmia Akkas February 17, 2012 AAA rating is a badge of honour, suggesting if a country maintains its AAA status, the economy has hope and something will pick up. However a new EU report has named and shamed Britain… Continue Reading →

Energy Policy: An Overview and Examination of Energy Alternatives

The inability of the United States to adopt an appropriate energy policy is quite understandable. The truth is hat there are few issues and few aspects of American society that are not affected by our national energy policy. From the… Continue Reading →

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