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Beige Book aptly named in matching U.S. economy

The Federal Reserve recently released the latest edition of its Beige Book, an anecdotal look at the United States economy published every other month based on interviews of business contacts, economists, market observers and so on. Given our current economy, this publication is aptly named. Beige is an elusive color. In an article published on […]

Latest indicators offer a mix of good and bad

The right-hand column of the Trends page in the Business Times constitutes a proverbial dashboard in tracking key economic indicators for Mesa County, among them the monthly unemployment rate, real estate sales and tax collections. Wouldn’t it be nice if all the indicators pointed at once to improving conditions? Unfortunately, that’s seldom — if ever […]

It’s a personal property tax exemption for me, but not thee

Here we go again. Take a bad regulation from something under the government’s bucket of you-know-what and try to make it smell like a rose. And no, this isn’t an attack on a county commissioner, even though the one of the same name was recently touting the topic at hand. Then again, at least there […]

Small bullets can still kill economic werewolves

Short of Elon Musk announcing the opening of a massive factory in the Grand Valley and employing 10,000 people to build rockets or cars or maybe rocket cars, there’s no single solution to the lagging economy in Mesa County. Fortunately, a multitude of smaller efforts are under way that, accumulatively, could help existing businesses expand, […]

Decisions made in anger … sums up the election for me

Are you getting the feeling everyone thinking about the coming election is mad about something? I sure do. I realize, too,  people might think the same of me … and that’s fine. I get it. Here’s why. Our loss of face-to-face communication skills due to texting, social media and all other forms of electronic communication […]

The Olympic spirit remains alive, but needs a world in which to compete

This column should be solely about the Olympics that just ended, and deservedly so. But why, you ask, do I toss in that addendum? Because in watching the Olympics and sports in general, I see so many similarities between life and sports — winning and losing, compassion and competition and taking those experiences in making […]

Finally, a ballot measure to limit ballot measures

Colorado voters face the prospect of another lengthy ballot in November, one crowded with measures that propose everything from a single-payer health care system to a higher minimum wage to the legality of assisted death for patients with terminal illness. That’s not to mention other measures that still could get on the ballot that would […]

Government policies affect states of growth

Overall economic growth has been abysmal in the United States. But what about differences among the states? Are there states showing strong growth relative to the rest of the nation? The Bureau of Economic Analysis released its estimate of first quarter state gross domestic product. National state GDP growth registered 1.2 percent. As for the […]

ColoradoCare tackles health care problems

Dear Editor: Your article on the financing of ColoradoCare published on Aug. 10 raised questions about the proposed health care plan. While it makes some fair points, it ignores the larger cost conundrum at stake for Colorado and the United States. Health care costs keep going up thanks to a long list of factors. They […]

Job gains and GDP: Why the paradox?

The July jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics was good news in terms of the broad numbers, but feeds into a striking recent paradox in our economy. First, in terms of the payroll survey, employment increased 255,000 in July. That’s two strong months of job gains in a row, after an eight-month dramatic […]


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