There and Back

I've been traveling and speaking and preparing and traveling and speaking, which leaves little time for blogging.

Just returned today from New York City reminded, yet again, of the critical importance of immigrants in keeping a city and region vibrant. And why do people move to New York? Because there are jobs there -- lousy, low-paying jobs all the way up to fabulous, unbelievably lucrative jobs.

Watch this space for a posting on Monday about a terrific new book by a Western PA native who's done pretty well for himself.


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