Night Guys Don’t Always Win

Jerry Seinfeld has known for decades why you can’t do the good things you want to do in life.

November 2017 |  Read Article

Tax Reform Eclipsing Health Care Reform as Issue Before Congress

Tax reform is expected to overshadow health care reform as the major issue facing Congress.

October 2017 |  Read Article

Upward Passage

The last person I wanted to see was my mother. Here I was talking to a girl I liked in the stairwell of my middle school when I heard the outside door close. I looked down the flight of stairs to see Mom looking back up at me.

October 2017 |  Read Article

Inner peace is really annoying me.

It’s more the absence of it. And the radiance of those who appear to have it. OK, you found peace, fantastic for you, but must you gloat by glowing?

September 2017 |  Read Article

The Exponential Explosion

I know what Mom’s going to say. She was talking about a store she wanted to visit but she wasn’t sure it was open that day. Even as she turned to me.

July 2017 |  Read Article

The Gray Horizon

What will happen to the dispersed, vast population of baby boomers when they start shuffling through nursing home doors to live out their ever-extending lives?

June 2017 |  Read Article

Looking for Right Side Up

DOL — our favorite three-letter, four-letter word, no matter on what side of the fiduciary rule issue we stand.

April 2017 |  Read Article

After the Ghost Goes

I don’t know whether it’s a little late or absurdly early to speak of A Christmas Carol, but I’m reminded about the story’s lesson throughout the year.

March 2017 |  Read Article

No Squirrels Have to Die

February 2017 |  Read Article

The Rules That Are Right

It is open season on regulations with Donald Trump’s inauguration this month, and various industries will be pushing at the gate to get at their most detested rule.

January 2017 |  Read Article