Moving on emotionally after the Recession ends

THEY SHAMED US May 26, 2011: When our house went under water, when we lost the equity in our home, we couldn’t sleep. We could never sleep again so long as we owned an underwater house. Like a functioning addict, we could never be truly happy until our house was gone. The most important thing … Continue reading Moving on emotionally after the Recession ends

County’s complexity captures community concern

January 19, 2017  Americans are awaiting the most wonderful shake-up, concurrently with chaos and ruin. Surveys show that business confidence has soared. A boom in domestic spending should follow which, combined with investment in infrastructure and a programme of deregulation, will lift the economy and boost wages. Coincidently, Mexicans feel uncertain. Their prosperity and goodwill … Continue reading County’s complexity captures community concern

County's complexity captures community concern

January 19, 2017  Americans are awaiting the most wonderful shake-up, concurrently with chaos and ruin. Surveys show that business confidence has soared. A boom in domestic spending should follow which, combined with investment in infrastructure and a programme of deregulation, will lift the economy and boost wages. Coincidently, Mexicans feel uncertain. Their prosperity and goodwill … Continue reading County's complexity captures community concern

Government charges higher fees for everyday services

GETTING divorced? If so, you are increasingly likely to receive a bill from the government. As cash-strapped America tries to balance their books without raising unpopular taxes, it are charging higher fees for everyday services. American cities tap their residents for around a quarter more in such charges than they did at the turn of … Continue reading Government charges higher fees for everyday services