Unions and me, Part I

  Given my studies in Economics and History, I have always been supportive of the union movement, not only for the improvement of the earnings of workers but also because of the benefits to the nation. But that doesn’t mean that I have not been in a couple of ‘bareknuckle’ battles, at least one potentially […]

REF comments on last nights CNN Democrat debate

Below are two excerpts from an article in today’s NYT Times: “Discussing criminal justice reform with Senator Cory Booker, who has been sharply critical of Mr. Biden’s record on that matter, he jokingly skipped ahead, calling him the president and stopping himself as he lightheartedly grabbed Mr. Booker’s arm— ‘excuse me, the future president’”” Do […]

“Camp MFE” Benefit Concert

July 31, 2019 at 7:00 pm First Reformed Church 40 E. Orange St. Lancaster, PA 17602 Join Music For Everyone and the staff of Camp MFE on July 31 for a night of amazing music. This fun concert benefits MFE’s summer camps, helping our organization to provide scholarships, ensuring that all who attend do so […]

Entertainment Scandal in Russia

By Slava Tsukerman Last week Russia experienced one of the largest media scandals in Russian history. No economic or political news in several years triggered such emotional reaction from both media and general public. Surprisingly, the scandal was triggered not by political news, but by the results of children singing competition on TV. Yet unexpectedly […]