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I testified about flooding on the Mississippi before the Mississippi River Commission in Greenville on April 18, 2018. Readers with properties on the river, its oxbow lakes, and tributaries may be surprised to learn why they flood. It’s the bottlenecks.Read More →
The Complacent Class: The Self-Defeating Quest for the American Dream, offers a provocative and scary thesis – there is a troubling trend in America towards more stasis and less risk-taking that threatens America’s potential for long-term economic growth along with the prosperity of its middle class.Read More →
It took less than 15 years for Facebook to rocket from a Harvard dorm room to one of the most valuable companies on the planet. Now in just one week it has lost more than $52 billion in market value. This begs several questions. Do friends and friends of friends want to be surveilled? Is a great company built on monetizing mountains of personal data through undisclosed means a sustainable business over the long term?Read More →
What would happen if the Mississippi River changed its coarse to the Atchafalaya? Dr. Xu's poster gives an in-depth look at the MS River's history, likelihood of a coarse change and the consequences.Read More →
Bigger Pie Forum commissioned a study of the structure of PSCs around the country. Among its many discoveries, the study found that Mississippi’s arrangement, which has an investigative staff that is a separate entity from the PSC, is unique among the states.Read More →