Tag Archives: Germany

The order to reopen–who gives it?

Like all of us, President Trump is eager to reopen the economy. Does he have the authority to do so or do state governors? Fortunately, neither can force us to start eating out again, or return to our offices. We … Continue reading

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The Balance of Trade

President Trump has regularly called for bilateral trade balances with our trading partners. Though he prudently gave up his campaign promise to declare China a currency manipulator on his first day in office because of China‚Äôs large trade surpluses with … Continue reading

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Berlin: Then and Now

The first time I saw Berlin was in 1960, just 15 years after the end of World War II in Europe. I came for a week of exploring with the other participants in the International Christian Youth Exchange living in … Continue reading

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Greece, Debt, and Parenting

If you are a parent, you may have experienced something like the following: Son number 1 and his children live in a much nicer home than you did at his age. It is the biggest house he could qualify to … Continue reading

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