Industry Week wrote an interesting article speaking to Jay Timmons, president of the National Association of Manufacturers. They said, "Ask anyone outside the industry about the state of manufacturing in America, and they will likely tell you that it's long dead. . . Ask a politician the same question and you'll likely get exactly the opposite response." Timmons is trying to get to the bottom of this divide so that he can properly communicate the results with the country and those influencing decisions. Click the link to read the interview!
In America today, truth has become a particularly slippery asset. This goes beyond the usual political hot topics, cutting deep into the fabric of basic reality. Because, despite our unfettered access to unlimited troves of data, statistics, forums, and facts on the subject, finding a firm understanding of the concrete truth about the state of things can be an elusive, impossible endeavor. Read More