Monthly Archives: September 2010

Incentive

Incentive Incentive is the reason we do things. In our youth if we wanted to be successful in business we worked hard enough in school to be accepted in a good school and earn a degree. With that degree and … Continue reading

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Liberals and Economics

Liberals and Economics I found a very interesting article online this morning. “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” Self-identified liberals and Democrats do badly on questions of basic economics by Daniel Klien was published in the World Street Journal. … Continue reading

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Why I Won’t Vote For You on Election Day

Why I Won’t Vote For You on Election Day I have a clear understanding of what I want and what I don’t want in my elected officials. I’m pretty sure that my opinion will be shared by a lot of … Continue reading

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Understanding the Economy

Understanding the Economy There’s a clear picture of why we have such a problem in this country today. Too many of the political class don’t understand how the economy works. It really isn’t hard to understand in broad terms, the … Continue reading

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The Tea Party and Me

The Tea Party and Me I am starting to get excited about the upcoming November elections. Some of the winners of the primaries are not professional politicians, that works in our favor. Some of them have shady, questionable, off color, … Continue reading

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There Is No Free Lunch

There Is No Free Lunch  If someone asks you if you want to eat a lunch that’s fit for a King, and it will be a free lunch, most of us would accept that. “If it’s for free it’s for … Continue reading

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