If you're looking for an affordable home, check out Youngstown, Ohio. (Thanks, but I'll stay where I am.)
I had thought the claim that the PC was ancient history was premature.
My take: if the three secrets to real estate are location, location, location, the secret to personal finance is save money, save money, save money.
Some Jewish mommas are probably going to love this.
Not all journals, of course. But one is too many.
Bad behavior has consequences, except when you are a social media platform. But the number of peer-reviewed articles subsequently retracted raises the question of whether medical journals believe that they too are "platforms," without responsibility for what they publish and disseminate.
Yet another well-intentioned but now obsolete and costly Liberal policy that should stop.
Good: noted finance professors Aswath Damodaran and Bradford Cornell question the performance of ESG funds.
See also "Heiresses on the Barricades: From Jane Fonda to Clara Kraebber, spoiled rich children find it easy to play at rebellion."
What may be coming--the past doesn't repeat but it rhymes--real soon.
I remember waiting in a huge line at my college for the shot when they handed out a paper listing possible side effects. There were many horrible effects listed. (With no probabilities attached, of course.) As this was my first time seeing such a warning, I got out of line and didn't get the shot.
I'm much older now and I've been given a number of such warnings. Heck, listen to ads for drugs on network TV in which they about half the ad listing all the terrible things that may happen if you take the drug. Again, with no probabilities of any kind given. Excuse me, but I think such "information" is worthless. Maybe worse than worthless.