About Tim Evans

Tim Evans is a writer, living just outside of Washington, D.C. He is a former staff reporter with The Press of Atlantic City and financial writer with Institutional Investor. Tim migrated his journalism skills to video production and in his worldwide travels has interviewed and directed a diverse cast of characters, including Magic Johnson, Nancy Pelosi, Arnold Palmer, Hank Aaron, Alec Baldwin and countless others. Tim holds a degree in journalism from Rowan University. In his spare time, Tim likes to ride horses, read periodicals, cook, and manage 3 cats.

Articles by Tim Evans

How Do Facial Recognition Sunglasses Help Chinese Law Enforcement Catch Criminals?

Chinese railway police are using facial-recognition sunglasses to catch suspects at train stations in Zhengzhou, the capital of central Henan province. The eyewear, similar to the original Google Glass, was unveiled earlier this year and has already helped identify seven alleged criminals, according to the Communist Party’s official newspaper People’s Daily.

What Is ‘Clean Coal’ Technology?

Proponents of the prospect of boosting the coal industry in the United States, principally U.S. President Donald J. Trump, say that the technology exists to burn coal and generate both electricity and jobs. But what are the real facts and economics behind that claim? Can coal really ever be clean? Should the United States really peg its energy security to coal?

NCAA Argues Slave Labor Provision in 13th Amendment Allows Them Not to Pay Student Athletes

But there’s one group that doesn’t rake in the cash from March Madness or other college athletics: the student athletes who actually play the games that generate those billions of dollars. NCAA eligibility rules prohibit student athletes from being paid.

How Is Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ Agenda Alienating the Global Community?

World leaders are rejecting that notion and are moving forward on the premise that international trade no longer revolves around the United States. In Davos, 11 industrialized countries resurrected the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), opting to move forward without the United States.

What Gun Control Laws Can We Pass to End Mass Shootings?

The Parkland high school shooting that left 17 people dead last week has reignited the decades-long debate over gun control in the United States. Despite what most supporters of the Second Amendment proclaim, research shows that comprehensive gun laws can prevent shootings.

Trump Properties Around the World Remove ‘Trump’ Because They See the Name as a Liability

Almost immediately after Trump’s election in November 2016, residents of many Trump properties began clamoring to have the Trump name removed from the buildings. Hundreds of residents signed a “Dump the Trump Name” petition, citing Trump’s “appalling treatment of women, his history of racism, his attacks on immigrants, his mockery of the disabled, his tax avoidance [and] his outright lying.”

Continuing Resolution Funding the Government Contained $31 Billion in Hidden Tax Cuts

A little over a week ago, as most of the country was focused on the specter of a government shutdown, Congress surreptitiously sneaked $31 billion of tax cuts into the continuing resolution that reopened the federal government.



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