John Layfield Archive
Published November 18, 2011
We should take the politics out of Gitmo and look at it economically -- to decide if we keep it open or move it to the US.
Published November 15, 2011
The child molestation scandal at Penn State University allegedly involving former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, and the people who may have covered it up, is a reputational issue that PSU will never get over. But aside from the stomach-turning details, an important question that remains unanswered is this: what’s going to happen to the school financially?
Published November 03, 2011
Why does Vernon Hill think that act two of his epic banking career will be so successful? Based on success of act one -- Commerce Bank.
Published November 01, 2011
If we are to be the world’s police can we at least ask the world to pay for it?
Published October 28, 2011
Whether it is a new Apple TV or another version of Internet enabled TV sets, TV and how we get content is destined to change, dramatically.
Published October 25, 2011
The U.S. economy and market depends on European politics as much as its own.
Published October 18, 2011
We have jobs that bring economic prosperity to regions paid for by private enterprise that are blocked by our government, but allowed by the only communist government in our region.
Published October 14, 2011
While millionaires and billionaires negotiate how to split up billions, the “common” folks are out of work. Sounds like what is happening on Wall Street? More like the NBA.
Published October 10, 2011
The Columbus Day holiday and the passing of Steve Jobs have a connection through history’s greatest eras.
Published October 04, 2011
To close the divide here we need jobs, and demand, not class warfare. And, if we don’t create demand and jobs, we could be inviting our own Arab Spring.