Monthly Archives: November 2011

To Tax or to Spend

To Tax or to Spend   Our Super Committee failed to be adequate let alone Super. The world was watching and everyone agreed that we’re spending more money than we have. The Super Committee was formed as a result of … Continue reading

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Leaders vs. Politicians

Leaders vs. Politicians  Difficult times call for men and women of strength and vision to come forward and lead. They’ve gathered information and analyzed data and made decisions and have created a plan. They stand up and say that this … Continue reading

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Jobs and the Government

Jobs and the Government  Other than the individuals who get a paycheck from the Federal, State, or Local Government, the Federal Government has very little direct input for creating new Jobs. They don’t create jobs, they don’t maintain jobs, but … Continue reading

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A Politician of Independent Means

A Politician of Independent Means   The elected empty suits in both houses of congress have tasked themselves with a very difficult task. They created a special committee to accomplish what the whole body can not do as a whole. … Continue reading

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Integrity and Confidence

Integrity and Confidence   Recently a political candidate for a national office has been accused of acting improperly more than 10 years ago. The accusations are being made by individuals from the candidate’s past and they may or may not … Continue reading

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What is a Job?

A job is when an employer is willing to pay an employee to do some work for an agreed payment. Sometimes this is for a one time task and sometimes this is for an on going opportunity. Some jobs are … Continue reading

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Income Inequality, Some More (Fairness)

Income Inequality Some More Much of the talk we hear about Income Inequality focuses on the percentage of the wealthy (High Earners / Producers / Motivated) as it exists within the economy and how much higher that percentage is getting. … Continue reading

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