Jan 14, 2020
From "Procrastinate and Flourish" to "We're in a Good Place"
Procrastinate and Flourish! This was a favorite saying of former Federal Reserve Chairman, Paul Volcker. Using his career as a reference point, Sara discussed the changing role of global Central Banks and the expectations and limitations they face. This...
Jan 7, 2020
A Non-Partisan Guide to Impeachment
Is it possible to have a non-partisan discussion about impeachment? Former Circuit Judge John Franke believes the answer is “yes,” and will ring in the New Year with a cheerful look at the ultimate check and balance given to us by our Constitution. The President cannot fire...
Dec 17, 2019
RCM recognized our new Paul Harris Fellows, heard updates about Light the Hoan and the MKE Urban Stables.
The Reveling Rotarians RCM choir had their second holiday performance singing a variety of holiday songs.
Dec 10, 2019
The Case for a New Deal 3.0
Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal (1933-1938) created four clusters of federal policy: (1) broad-based economic security programs; (2) means-tested welfare programs; (3) market regulation; and (4) market manipulation.
Within this structure, policymakers added programs for 80 years. But since...
Dec 3, 2019
We joined CARW and GMAR for this unique program. Steve Glickman is the Co-Founder and former CEO of the Economic Innovation Group (EIG), a bipartisan research and policy organization in Washington, D.C. focused on addressing economic inequality through the creation of a new marketplace for private equity investments in...