Sugar demand is dropping for the first time in four decades. John Phipps explains why, and talks about the implications, in John's World.
As the economy shows signs of at least bottoming, predictions about a recovery are everywhere. John Phipps says his own planning is based on timeless advice from New York Yankee catcher and manager Yogi Berra.
John Phipps answers a viewer's question about the United States' reliance on China for some goods, including pharmaceuticals.
Destroying livestock and milk may be literally inconceivable for many consumers, but it’s painful for producers, too. John Phipps explains in Customer Support.
John Phipps thinks the current hog market is almost impossible to describe. He explains why the issue is so complex and how the industry may cope with the evolving challenges.
There have been COVID related problems in Europe, notably in western Germany and Ireland, but the numbers of workers ill were much smaller.
John Phipps thinks colleges are in crisis, calling it not only deeply troubling for the educational system, but also for the rural areas that have been anchored economically by higher education dollars.
John Phipps has a message for the 2020 Memorial Day, with hope that reminiscing adds respite and gratitude.
John Phipps can't wrap his mind around is how the U.S. can run multi-trillion-dollar annual deficits without rampant inflation and interest rates. He explains in John's World.