February 29, 2012 RSS feed / Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Anecdotal evidence

According to Dictionary.com, anecdotal evidence is defined as non-scientific observations or studies that do not provide proof but may assist research efforts. I think anecdotal evidence is a lot more than that. More...


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A look behind the numbers of six unemployment rates

Capital Comments

Each month the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics releases new data on the unemployment rate. January numbers were released on Feb. 3; excitement ensued. The unemployment rate dropped two-tenths of a point, to 8.3 percent. More...