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  • by Paul Kieffer
An old German proverb says that God's millstone turns slowly. Over the years the pace of developments within the European Union has also been slow, but things are changing.
  • by Janet Treadway
I live in the lovely little town of Milford, Ohio, and every Wednesday I look forward to receiving the neighborhood paper for our community. The paper is filled with local happenings, events, awards and such, but close to the back of the paper it also lists court filings.
  • by Darris McNeely
Could the dollar be challenged and replaced by another world currency? Will something that until recently was "unthinkable" become a reality? The global financial slump is challenging long-held assumptions.
  • by Howard Davis
The terrifying details of the Titanic tragedy and the epic proportions of its construction shouldn't fascinate us merely because it's a captivating story. It should capture our attention because it's so immediately relevant to the perils of our world today.
  • by Robin Webber
This current economic crisis is shaping up to be bigger than anything since the Great Depression. What happened that brought us to where we are today. And why does the answer begin on the street where you live?
  • by Michael Kelley
Some of the toxic financial "instruments" are hopelessly complex. But the basis of the financial crisis is terribly simple: greed.
  • by Darris McNeely
Global financial markets were rocked last month following rising defaults affecting mortgage-backed securities. What does this mean for the world’s money supply and confidence in Western financial institutions? Are we on the verge of a major upheaval in the world economy?
  • by Darris McNeely
There is a real problem with the Western economies that could lead to some major corrections thus impacting jobs, income and growth in America and Great Britain.