A Millennial’s Take on the Nashville Healthcare Council’s Panel Discussion: Wall Street’s View on Healthcare


About two weeks ago I attended a very informative panel discussion hosted by the Nashville Healthcare Council, titled Wall Street’s View on Health Care. My interest in this discussion stemmed not only from my active interest in a career in health care, but from my concerns as a millennial observing one of the most disruptive financial/medical crises in history.

Startups are the Key to Ending the Recession


What will help the economy recover it’s usual growth rate?

Tea-Party Movement Gains Momentum


Tea-Party Movement is gaining popularity and the Nov. 2 elections are just around the corner. Will the Senate/House see more Republican influence?

Too Big to Fail? Come Again?


Everyone from corporate CEO’s to blind cave-fish has heard about the AIG bailout and the claim that the banks are “too big to fail.” But what does that mean and how the hell do they justify that? I was raised under the assumption that if you start a company and it doesn’t make money, you … Continue reading

Conservatives and Liberals: White or Black Isn’t Reality


Republicans and Conservatives argue like it’s their job. Well, it kind of is their job. Where do I stand?

The Changing Face of the Music Industry


Digital piracy is plaguing the music industry, but can anything be done about it? Should anything be done about it? Why is it happening in the first place?