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The State of the Small Business Economy

By on October 23, 2018
The State of the Small Business Economy

by JUANITA D. DUGGAN

In August, the NFIB Optimism Index soared to a record high of 108.8, breaking the 1983 record of 108 that occurred during the Administration of President Reagan.

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Leveling the Playing Field with China

By on October 23, 2018
Leveling the Playing Field with China

by SIMON LESTER & HUAN ZHU

China’s wealth has grown significantly in recent decades, yet some of its trade practices remain rooted in its past as a fairly poor country.

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How U.S. Companies are Investing in Renewable Electricity

By on July 16, 2018
How U.S. Companies are Investing in Renewable Electricity

by AMY DAVIDSEN

The United States finds itself facing a clean energy revolution, spurred not by politics, but by good business sense. And that changes everything.

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The Science is Settled

By on July 16, 2018
The Science is Settled

by SCOTT DENNING

“Heat in – heat out = change in heat.” Every climate change inferred from the geologic record is explained by this simple statement of the conservation of energy.

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Ripon Profile of Adam Kinzinger

By on July 16, 2014
Ripon Profile of Adam Kinzinger

“My focus in Congress is getting the folks of the 16th District back to work, reigning in government spending, and ensuring we pass down to the next generation a country stronger and more free than the one we were given.”

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