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Taking a Leap of Faith

Tammy Iskarous comes to preach this morning on Exodus 14, in which God makes a way out of no way. Can we trust God that what he’s calling us to, while challenging and even scary, he will provide for and protect us through? 41 more words


Ignoring investment rules to achieve income

A few months ago, I asked readers for advice regarding a $300,000 inheritance. The couple are in their late fifties, debt free with little savings. Although, they are very fugal, they live paycheck to paycheck due to lack of steady full time work. 380 more words


Words & Perceptions Matter

It is about disrupting and holding accountable entrenched actors and conduct that have reared their ugly heads again and again over the years continuing to present. 177 more words


Introduction to Research

During the summer of 2017, I spent three months working alongside the founder and only permanent employee of a leather accessory business in Washington D.C. Having grown up in Washington D.C., I associated the area with big business and big government. 332 more words


Return Again and Again

This homily was preached at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Huntington on 9/24/17 as part of our annual Rosh Hashanah service. It reflects on the nature of life, of risk, loss and the power of meditation. 1,275 more words


To Deregulate, or Not

Deregulation of Air-Safety Rules Can Be a Model

The Trump administration has a real opportunity to deliver on its promise to streamline the regulatory state. That opportunity comes from the proposed elimination of more than 50 regulations imposed on the airline industry — many of them designed to protect safety. 59 more words

Behavioral Economics

USA Corporations Dead Policy: Got Drug Test?

The Pointlessness of the Workplace Drug Test in the USA

There’s very little evidence it’s worth the cost or hassle and yet, USA Corporations insist on drug testing their prospective employees prior to their start date. 665 more words

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