With a price tag of $250 million, the George W. Bush library is the biggest and most expensive of the 13 that have been opened to recognize the former presidents.
In 2010, economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff (know in the econ trade as "R & R") released a paper, "Growth in a Time of Debt."
By the time Havens opened the legendary Woodstock concert of 1968, he was a major player in the counter-culture firmament.
I first read his (earlier) novel, Burning Valley, in college - a requirement for a class on "working class literature."
Reducing gun violence in modern America, is not as simple as in "Destry." But neither is it a lot more complicated!
Auditors generally do a decent job identifying how much wealthy taxpayers are trying to shortchange Uncle Sam. But they're only examining a fraction of the returns the wealthy file.
The bravery of the first responders, whether public workers, runners, fans or race volunteers, in rushing toward those who were hurt and towards the explosion, smoke and chaos is to be saluted and recognized.
Perhaps the best thing of all was the overriding sense of camaraderie. People trusted one another, and what we had we shared.
The term "snail mail" does a disservice to the hard-working people at the U.S. Postal Service.
The USSR was one of the most literate societies, and it was this focus on education that allowed the Soviets to delve into the works of Tolstoy and Pushkin.