Category Archives: Sports

Why Are not-for-profit College Costs increasing faster than inflation?

My paper carried an article a few months ago that the highest paid state employee in all bur one or two states is that states major college football coach, with the college basketball coaches not far behind.  From the numbers … Continue reading

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Coaches, CEO’s and Compensation – Is it a Problem?

In previous posts, we observed that some of the spread between the income of the top 1% of the population and the rest of us in the last 20 years has been the large increase in what some college coaches … Continue reading

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Another 4 C’s – College Coaches, CEO’s and Compensation

It has been noted in several different places that the increase in the income of people in the top 1% has outpaced the increases in income for the rest of the population over the last 20-30 years.  A recent article … Continue reading

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Income Inequality – What’s Real – Whats Myth

I had taken about 23 hours of college math before I had my first course in probability and statistics.  At that point, probability and statistics appeared fairly simple and straight forward, but I came to believe that it is the … Continue reading

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Success and the Minimum Wage

One of the issues or questions in the news today concerns raising the minimum wage.  There are reasonable arguments on each side of the question, but most of the public discussion as reported in the media is political.  It’s been … Continue reading

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4 Cs – The More – Separation of Church and State

Part of our cruise experience was being with a retired Methodist Bishop who interrupted our relaxing time at sea with four lectures of about an hour each.  The subject of these was Soren Kierkegaard, a nineteenth century Danish philosopher and theologian who … Continue reading

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A Vacation on the sea with 4 Cs and more?

Is this the best of times or the worst of times that we are in?  I’m not sure of the answer to that but it is certainly a confusing time for those of us trying to figure out where to … Continue reading

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