Don C. Brunell

High costs cause people to move | Don Brunell

Texas and California are loosing their residents to states like Arizona and Nevada.

 

Turn America’s innovators loose on greenhouse gases

There is some promising research going on related to containing carbon dioxide.

 

Business needs to tell its side of the story | Don Brunell

It’s time to define what business is. Hint: it’s not all about making money.

 

Mitsubishi launching into regional jet space | Don Brunell

It’s the first airliner to be built in Japan in more than half a century.

Time to talk about our national debt | Don Brunell

Our nation could owe more than $24 billion by 2020 — can we sustain that?

Tacoma LNG project needs to happen | Don Brunell

Natural gas, in its liquid state, doesn’t release many greenhouse gases.

Labor Day epilogue: partnering for success | Don Brunell

Employers and unions need to come together in order to be successful.

Drones planting trees in burned wildlands | Don Brunell

Drones helped save Notre Dame; can they help us fight fires in the U.S.?

We shouldn’t follow Sweden’s green haste | Don Brunell

In their quest to immediately end carbon-emitting fuels, Swedish lawmakers passed a three-fold tax increase on those fuels.

America’s renewed interest in the moon | Don Brunell

There’s a new space race — and this time, it’s not just governments who are competing.

No green cheese, drill sergeant | Don Brunell

What is the wisdom in space exploration?

The rare earth metal dilemma | Don Brunell

These 17 elements are critical for many products, from smart phones to major weapon systems.

Family-owned businesses are the backbone of America | Don Brunell

Family businesses account for 50 percent of our country’s GDP.

“Normandy Clicker” D-Day innovation

American troops were ingenious on the battlefield.

Max fix critical to Washington | Don Brunell

Things were going great until the two 737 Max crashes.

Could Seattle put on a World’s Fair today?

You have to wonder if a project of this scope and magnitude could happen today with endless hoops to jump through, mounds of government red-tape and construction costs which were unimaginable in 1960.

Removing Snake River dams is unwise | Don Brunell

The vast majority of fish that migrate up the fish passage survive.

Washington’s big tax pump | Don Brunell

Large banks, high-end home buyers and merchants in border communities are feeling the effects.

New Montana law aims to keep people in their homes | Don Brunell

The state legislature has exempted older, less-valued mobile homes from property taxes.

E-waste reduction requires innovative approaches | Don Brunell

One of the biggest problems of today is having to deal with yesterday.