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The Yin and Yang of U.S. Energy (or Why We Need a Policy)

First off, let’s get one thing straight. I take a back seat to no one when it comes to an appreciation for the transformative power of cheap energy. Sure, re-shoring has been a factor in helping bring about this renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, as are increased costs abroad and a spike in foreign worker demands. […]

Contemplating Open Borders

One of the objectives of my starting this blog was to share with people like you just a touch of what I’ve learned in a lifetime in manufacturing and decades spent running my own company. But you know what? A funny thing happened on my way to all that teaching. I started learning. A lot. Like […]

The Lessons of Lobster

I’d like to talk to you about lobster briefly.  What’s lobster got to do with manufacturing, you say? Well, hear me out, because that odd little crustacean – and our unique relationship with it – may just hold an important lesson for us manufacturers. I bring this up because there is something truly special about […]