Category Archive: Economics

If Santa brought you a Kindle… (guest post)

by Michael Taglieri E-book readers were one of the top gifts this year, and the fight over which one is the smallest/lightest/cheapest will continue for many more rounds. But there’s another issue that… Continue reading

Steward me baby!

“…Being a good steward over my finances is responsible, fulfilling and calming…”

We Run This City

My loves, I write this for you… You who run this amazing city – New York – yet take no credit for doing so. This is for the proud New Yorkers that travel… Continue reading

You Love Cops… Admit it

This past Monday, L’Heureux invited me to a book discussion led by one of his students (follow Dr. L’Heureux Lewis on Twitter). It was held at HueMan Bookstore on Frederick Douglass Blvd, not… Continue reading

Resources || Information || Supremacists

When I really sit down and think about it, I guess it truly is hard to view everyone as your equal. I know that everyone is my equal – God equipped Einstein, Anacaona,… Continue reading

my degrees make me important… i hope?

Monday, February 05, 2007 One more thing I am sick and tired of… the title “young professional – blah -” for get-togethers and other events where nothing ‘professional’ is happening at these so… Continue reading