Nationalism Gains Momentum

Everywhere, nationalism is challenging globalist hegemony.  What factors are undoing 70 years globalist progress?...

published on: Mar 15, 2018

The Future of American Religion

For more than two hundred years, secularism has been on the rise in Western Civilization.  And like other western...

published on: Mar 15, 2018

U. S. Energy Dominance Emerges

The average completely new drug costs over $2.5 billion and requires 12 years to bring to market.  But that’s all...

published on: Mar 15, 2018

America’s New Technology Boomtowns

After 45 years of OPEC dominating global energy markets, the United States is firmly back in the driver’s seat. ...

published on: Mar 15, 2018

Living In Stressful Times 

published on: Mar 15, 2018

Despite the many material benefits of modern life, American are experiencing some of the highest levels of stress ever recorded.  What is causing...

The Coming Leap in AI-based Drug Discovery

published on: Feb 15, 2018

The average completely new drug costs over $2.5 billion and requires 12 years to bring to market.  But that’s all about to change as new...

The Era of Quantum Computing Microprocessors ...

published on: Feb 15, 2018

Until recently quantum computers have been a lot like nuclear fusion power plants: “always 25 years away and requiring several enormous...

The Geo-demography of America’s NEW Economic ...

published on: Feb 15, 2018

The big winners of the so-called “Installation Phase” of the Digital Techno-Economic Revolution were the makers of the core technology and their...

Machine Learning Impacts the 21st Century Wor...

published on: Feb 15, 2018

Most experts argue that machine-learning will seriously impact jobs, productivity, and our quality of life over the next few decades. However, there...

Welfare Reform: America’s Next Big Challenge...

published on: Feb 15, 2018

The American welfare system that began under Franklin Roosevelt and has expanded under nearly every president since, represents one of the biggest...

Big Brother is Alive and Well in China

published on: Jan 15, 2018

As growth has slowed, China has become obsessed with maintaining political and social stability.  For the first time in history, the technology...

The Myth of America’s “Unprecedented Technolo...

published on: Jan 15, 2018

In recent years, it has become an “article of faith” that workers in advanced industrial nations are experiencing unprecedented levels of...

Coming to Grips with America’s Two-Tiered Eco...

published on: Jan 15, 2018

One of the greatest challenges of the Fourth Turning will be bringing back into the economic mainstream those Americans who were left behind by the...

The power of Generational Cycles

published on: Jan 15, 2018

Analyzing trends requires an understanding of how demography, technology and human behavior interact to shape our constantly evolving economy.  At...

Jurisdictional Competition Update - Californi...

published on: Dec 15, 2017

In an era when the values and vision of “red” and “blue” America compete for dominance, California and Texas represent the purest examples of...

The Challenge of Advertising Fraud

published on: Dec 15, 2017

On-line advertising fraud costs businesses at least $6 billion a year.  Why does it happen? Why do we care? And, what can businesses do about it? ...

Body On-A-Chip Technology Promises to Transfo...

published on: Dec 15, 2017

The average drug costs $359 million dollars, involves 5000 failed experiments and takes 12 years to get to market and even then, they don’t work on...

Addressing the Counterfeit Goods Crisis

published on: Dec 15, 2017

Taken together, the negative impacts of counterfeiting and piracy are projected to misdirect up to $4.7 trillion a year of global economy resources...

The Truth About Today’s Bull Market

published on: Dec 15, 2017

Despite the steady gains to all-time highs, pundits continue to forecast disaster.  What’s driving this bull market?  How long will it last? ...

A New Political Era Begins In China

published on: Nov 15, 2017

China has recently centralized power to an extent not seen since it joined the global economy.  What’s driving this centralization?  What is the...

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