A Personal Peeve, Promise, Plea

When I first went to work for a denominational agency in Nashville, I encountered two wasteful patterns that forever set me in another direction. One was individual sloth. The other was organizational misdirection. I observed that some religious bureaucrats were among...

Increasing Minimum Wage is Moral, Smart

It’s hard to argue with a businessman over the best way to run a business. Especially when that businessman possesses the credentials that Dan Haskell does: chairman of the Tennessee Jobs Coalition and a respected Nashville attorney. That’s why it is...

Wal-Mart Critics Launch Bus Tour

A union-backed campaign pushing for labor reform in the world’s largest retailer is launching cross-country bus tour themed “Change Wal-Mart, Change America.” The 35-day tour, visiting 35 cities in 19 states, starts today in New York City and ends...

How Enron Buried Bill Peterson

The criminal trials of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling for their roles in the Enron scandal begin today. The New York Times published an article last week about how a “Big Test Looms for Prosecutors at Enron Trial.” It will certainly test our system of justice...