Welcome back to the “Worst of the Week.” It has been some time since our last post for which we apologize. That said, we have resolved to get this column posted on a more frequent schedule and are on our way to doing so. Anyway, back to the usual “sights” our techni...
Today, there are approximately 122,000 service stations that sell fuel in the United
States; of those a mere 1,430 currently sell E-15 fuel. As of May 30, however, the
number of E-15 offerings is about to increase.
On May 30, restrictions were lifted on the year-round...
Credit card “skimmers”—illegal and malicious credit card tracking devices implanted in
credit card swiping terminals used to steal your personal information—are a form of
identity fraud that is spreading at an alarming rate. Like other forms of identity theft,
As this piece is being written, reports are out that a mere 58% of the country’s total corn
acres have been planted. At this same time last year, the total stood at 90%—a
decrease of nearly 1/3 total acres nationwide. This news has left many farmers shaking
If you reside in or around the Midwest, you have had a front-row seat to the never
ending rainfall which has seemingly been a daily occurrence. Record-setting amounts
of rain have plagued the region, causing widespread flooding and displacing residents