Would Congressional Term Limits Help End Political Gridlock? – By William Medici

October 4, 2018 By William Medici   Would Congressional Term Limits Help End Political Gridlock?   Darwin’s theory of evolution has been debated ad nauseam for over a century, and because it is rooted in scientific analysis, evolution has been universally accepted as fact. When the founding fathers established the framework of our country and separated church… Read More →

Italy’s Economy Falls by .5% over the last 15 Years – Why This Should Scare You – By William Medici

September 14, 2016 By William Medici   Luca Paolazzi, Chief Economist for Confidustria, the Italian industrial confederation, has reported what most of us already knew, that between 2000 and 2015 the Italian economy remained stagnant. It actually fell .5%, a significant number compared to other European nations. In the same period, France’s GDP grew by 18.5%, Germany’s… Read More →