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A Healing Economy

Here’s a quick-turnaround job for TIME. The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates–and maybe that’s a good thing for the economy. The author says low rates and quantitative easing were the treatment for a sick economy. Now that we’re nearly back … Continue reading

17. March 2017 by John W. Tomac
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Stick to Sports

Here’s a recent assignment for The Ringer. Since the run-up to last year’s election, a number of sportswriters have injected a healthy dose of political opinions in their columns and on social media. More often than not, these scribes have been extremely critical … Continue reading

16. March 2017 by John W. Tomac
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Liberty’s Flameout

Last Saturday, I was working in my the studio with the TV on in the background. In the middle of the afternoon, the news started reporting spontaneous protests at JFK and other airports around the country in response to the … Continue reading

06. February 2017 by John W. Tomac
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Digital Dutch Boy

  Here’s some sort of new work for National Underwriter. This image appears with a story about cyber security and the difficult task of keeping up with and stopping data breaches. I say sort of new work because this sketch for this was … Continue reading

10. January 2017 by John W. Tomac
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Blurred Lines

The new year is going to give us a new Congress and a new President determined to make radical changes to health care policy. Once of the changes they are likely to pursue is allowing insurers to sell across state lines. … Continue reading

14. December 2016 by John W. Tomac
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Pimps and Publishers

Where does the first amendment’s protection of a free press end and sex trafficking begin? That’s the question asked by Kate Knibbs over at The Ringer. Her story follows rise and fall of the founders of the Phoenix News Times as … Continue reading

06. December 2016 by John W. Tomac
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Parking Footprint

Here’s a quick assignment for the American Planning Association’s Planning Magazine. In the late 1800s, many cities opened zoological parks, or zoos for short. Most of these were added to the grand public parks that began appearing around the same time. … Continue reading

29. November 2016 by John W. Tomac
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