• Humorous Economic Videos by EconPop featuring Andrew Heaton discussing the real world economics found in popular movies at:
    EconPop

  • Rodney Dangerfield’s first economic class: YouTube Video Clip.


  • Disorder in the American Courts (PDF)


  • Join Dr. Mellish at LinkedIn


  • Humorous responses to the current economy in Tough Times


  • Tax Summary Info for 2015 & 2016: Plan for 2016 with the help of these Tax Facts for 2016.


  • For a look at what is in the pipelines for 2017 taxes, check out the, 2017 Budget Tax Proposals from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

  • Is economic security beyond the reach for many Americans? What do people need to earn to meet basic needs?


  • Get the latest not so funny Gas Prices at: GasBuddy.com. The chart below illustrates the historical U.S. average gas prices since 2004. You can click on the chart to customize the time period or location:


  • If gas prices have you baffled, below is a comparison of the 2010 and 2016 breakdowns of what goes into gasoline prices:
    2010 Gas Prices2016 Gas Prices
    Source: Energy Information Administration


    For more information on exactly how gasoline pricing is determined, click here to see a description of the EIA's methodology.

  • Still confused, check out this YouTube Video for a simplified economic explanation of Gas Prices.

  • For more economic video lectures, check out Kahn Academy Economics Video Tutorials.

  • Are people really better off thanks to computers? According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, "humanity is probably better off than it would have been if the PC had never been invented". Read the Full Article to find out exactly how much economists think we are really better off.


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