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Western leaders embrace radical land-transfer idea in misguided attempt to solve housing crisis

Western lawmakers and leaders are rallying behind a disingenuous argument to solve the housing affordability crisis by privatizing public lands. Read More

Why It’s More Important Then Ever to Choose a Recession-Proof Business

Economic and political factors are contributing to a recession and even point to a possible depression for the United States. In times of uncertainty, it is possible to make sure your business is recession-proof so that you can survive and even thrive during volatile and unpredictable times. Read More

THE TOP TRENDS 2023: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

Forecasting worldwide since 1980, at the start of each year The Trends Journal provides the Top Trends shaping the year ahead… and the future. Among the megatrends of 2023, on the geopolitical front, WW III has begun. If this trend is not reversed, it will not be a Happy New Year… and many of the positive socioeconomic Read More

AI to revolutionize the shopping experience

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can revolutionize the shopping experience by using recommendations and personalization. Read More

Netflix Plans to Become a Premier Source of Sport Stories

Netflix plans to release two new projects that further cement its status as a premier storyteller in sports, featuring exclusive, behind-the-scenes stories with the most famous athletes, teams, leagues, and federations around the globe. As part of its sports slate, Netflix greenlit two new docuseries: an as-yet-untitled series at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Read More

Op-Ed by FBI Director Christopher Wray: Violent Crime Problem Is Real and Tackling It Requires a Group Effort

In law enforcement, our most fundamental duty is to ensure people can live free from fear—a task that has become more challenging over the past few years. FBI crime statistics released in October showed that in 2021, violent crime remained at alarmingly high for the second year in a row. From conversations I routinely have with police Read More

Despite Companies Pushing staff Back into the office, 88% still want Remote Options

According to a new study, 88% of people wish they could work remotely or already doing so at least sometimes. As the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we worked almost overnight, it illuminated the benefits and practicality of remote work. Working from home allows for more flexibility, saves time by eliminating the commute, and allows Read More

Farmers to Earn Revenue from Helping to Stabilize Climate

The Environmental Defense Fund explains and responds to the passage of the Greenhouse Gas Technical Assistance Provider and Third-Party Verifier Program with strong wording. “U.S. farmers can be part of the climate solution by lowering emissions from farming and increasing carbon storage. This legislation paves the way for producers to generate additional revenue from providing Read More

William Gropper (1897 – 1977) Horse Race 13 ½ x 22 inches Oil on canvas, c. 1945 Signed lower left

William Gropper Exhibition announces extension through February 19

WILLIAM GROPPER: WORKS FROM HIS ESTATE. “I am interested in mankind. People create the landscape of my paintings. I fight wrongs. I fight in a creative sense. All my stuff is myself, passionately myself. I am involved with ideas and concepts.” – William Gropper The new exhibition from Helicline Fine Art announces an extension to Read More

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January 2023 On HBO’s New Releases ranges from Soccer, Rock Climbing, to Apocalypse Visions, Bill Maher and Much Entertainment

The Climb gives the world’s best amateur climber the opportunity of a prAna-sponsored climbing career and a $100,000 cash prize. HBO Max’s new programming coming to the platform this January includes the series premiere of THE LAST OF US (1/15). This series takes place 20 years after modern civilization has been destroyed. Joel (Pedro Pascal), a Read More

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