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President’s Corner – Tariffs

Sometimes, life imitates art. A good example comes from the 1986 movie classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The following represents several scenes combined of a high school history teacher (played by Ben Stein, who is still a frequent commentator on political and...

President’s Corner – Wells Fargo

Last month, my niece graduated from college. She attended a small college in the northeast with classic brick buildings and ivy-covered walls. As I was walking the campus and meeting her fellow graduates, I felt a feeling of renewal and experienced a sense of newness,...

President’s Corner – Technology

Americans are infatuated with technology. E-mail and texting has made communication faster and more efficient, even if some of our kids fail to reply to the text, “Where are you, and when are you coming home?” Technology has made shopping easier; buying...

President’s Corner – Vandalay Industries

During an early episode of the TV sitcom classic Seinfeld, George Costanza developed his alter ego Art Vandelay. Among Mr. Vandelay’s professions was that of an importer/exporter. While researching the importer/exporter profession, I found the website Glassdoor...

President’s Corner – The Moment’s Over

After Ebby Calvin (“Nuke”) LaLoosh (played by Tim Robbins) pitched a perfect inning for the minor league Durham Bulls baseball team in 1988’s Bull Durham, he sat next to his catcher, Crash Davis (played by Kevin Costner), and they had the following...

President’s Corner – Necessary Change

Jake Blues (played by John Belushi in the 1980 classic movie “The Blues Brothers”) was covered in mud after a burst of gunfire from his former fiancée (played by the late Carrie Fisher) while he was trying to explain to her why he left her at the altar....