Here’s a post from my colleague Mike Caputo: When economic times are good, people tend to function on auto-pilot. Who needs deep introspection when salaries are rising and profits are rolling in? But hard economic times can force people to re-engage, and ask tough questions about what they do for a living, and how they Read more

Here’s a post from Public Insight Network editor Andrew Haeg: One aspect of the health care debate that’s gotten lost in the ruckus is the economic argument for health care reform–an argument that transcends party lines. It’s on our minds because of a storyline we’re hearing repeatedly from self-employed Minnesotans in the Public Insight Network, Read more