From the desk of Margaret Spellings…
The notion of abundance is very American. As a people, we generally like to consider the glass as half-full. We believe cheerfully that there is a future, and that not only we benefit in planning for the future, our actions should lead to a better tomorrow.
Energy abundance offers real opportunity to renew America’s manufacturing base.
It's time for our business sector to lead their communities to become resilient.
“Made in Michigan” means something. Across the nation and around the world, that label has long meant strength, durability, and quality.
Trying to figure out what is up and coming next is a challenge that is as unsettling and unpredictable as the future. It’s something that markets and communities large and small wrestle with on a regular basis because there are no simple answers that can determine the future.
The United States is on an unsustainable fiscal course. This year marks the fourth in a row that the U.S. federal deficit will exceed $1.1 trillion. Since the end of 2007, the federal debt, now $11 trillion, has doubled as a share of annual GDP—from 36% to 73%.
Educating creative and fearless thinkers and doers.