For monetary policy, slow and steady wins the race

For monetary policy, slow and steady wins the race Economic observers and Federal Reserve Board critics could take a lesson from the story of the tortoise and the hare. While a turbulent pandemic economy has led many to wish for a quick fix, the central bank’s deliberate approach to interest-rate decisions and other monetary policy […]Read More

Journey To Statuary Hall

1. First Steps In March of 2016, Gov. Rick Scott signed a law to replace the statue of Confederate Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, which had been donated to the U.S. Capitol for display in Statuary Hall in 1922, with a new “Great Floridian.” The search for a new sculpture was conducted by the Florida Department […]Read More

Racing to the Future NASCAR embraces innovation as a key

Driving around in circles seems like a simple enough task, but for officials at NASCAR there are always new ways to get to the checkered flag. And that means innovation. In fact, it can be argued that the very creation of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing was itself an innovation. While people […]Read More

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