This Poet Was Personally Chosen by US Congress

By Richard K. Noots Did you know that our US Congress chooses what is essentially a national poet? That man is now known as the U.S. Poet Laureate, and he comes from a hard life. Originally an immigrant worker with his father, he discovered he had a knack for making his words have visuals. Ever since, he’s been spreading…

Japan Has Some Pretty Big Labor Issues, But What’s The Solution?

By Richard K. Noots Every first-world nation has issues with labor and commodities. Japan’s issues tend to be a bit more unique, however. In a land where the old generation is dying off, the has been a cultural and mental shift among their population’s youth. According to Japanese media, the young generation is becoming lazy, and not…