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Even if you know nothing about the Tiananmen Square Massacre, you’ve almost surely seen the famous photo of a man facing down a line of tanks, defiantly blocking their path.

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When it comes to finding skilled workers to fill the estimated 7.5 million job openings in the U.S., small businesses are feeling the crunch. In today’s unprecedented booming economy, our region’s small employers are searching for qualified workers to fill the increasing amount of positions …

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At a time when it seems like everyone seems to be in a grand hurry to be offended, to play the victim, to act as if what’s happening to them right this moment is the worst thing that’s ever happened to anyone in the history of recorded time, (And probably way before that,) I actually look fo…

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Every now and then, sandwiched between breathless accounts of the latest political fights on Capitol Hill, a report on the rising tide of deficit spending appears. Then everyone goes back to squabbling about the most recent scandal, and the deficit again slips off the radar screen.

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There are tragedies and then there are tragedies. Which is to say is there are true tragedies, where people are victims of circumstance, i.e., plane crashes, car crashes, victims of crimes, and so on. And then there are cases where the “victim” essentially volunteers for tragedy; i.e., skydi…