Opinion

Opinion: Inflation impacts house price in the U.S.

Opinion: Inflation impacts house price in the U.S.

Higher inflation promotes spending, as consumers will voraciously purchase goods before the prices rise further. Based on this concept, which addresses the relationship between increased spending on consumer goods and inflation, it is reasonable to infer that there is...

The Colonial Pipeline Company crisis

The Colonial Pipeline Company crisis

"Your network has been locked! You need to pay $2,000,000 now, or 4,000,000 after doubled." This immensely nerve-wracking and frightening notification may seem unfamiliar and daunting, but this is not the case when it comes to the Colonial Pipeline Company, a major...

Opinion: COVID is a chance to force economic change

Opinion: COVID is a chance to force economic change

Ask your average American how they're feeling and only 14% will tell you they are very happy, according to a poll conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago. It only takes a few minutes on social media to see abundant self-deprecating and often plainly suicidal...

Fossil fuels versus clean energy: the facts

Fossil fuels versus clean energy: the facts

If you had been following the presidential election, chances are you have heard terms like “Green New Deal,” “fracking” and “clean energy.” President-Elect Joe Biden supports the Green New Deal, a proposed congressional resolution calling for a reduction of fossil...

Opinion: The American Dream is no longer achievable

Opinion: The American Dream is no longer achievable

The American Dream has long been considered a magnificent concept — one of liberty and opportunity. Originally popularized by James Truslow Adams in his 1931 book "the Epic of America," this set of ideals embodied the national ethos, bringing hope to countless...

Opinion: Trump’s (Failing?) Trade War

Opinion: Trump’s (Failing?) Trade War

From gadgets and gizmos aplenty to whoosits and whatsits galore, the consumer world is filled with new appliances and products spread all around, with “Made in China” plastered everywhere. But that’s all about to change. The U.S. has grown more and more intolerant of...

Homelessness in Los Angeles

Homelessness in Los Angeles

Today as I was driving to work, a homeless man standing by a freeway exit in Glendale, Calif. caught my eye. As a observed the situation, I witnessed dozens of people pass by the man on the windy, cold L.A. afternoon, not a single person sacrificed a dollar. Now...