Monthly Archives: March 2012

Spending is the Problem

Spending is the Problem This week the House presented a budget that attempts to address the most significant issue of the times. The deficit. The deficit must be addressed sooner rather than later. Our elected officials, who were elected to … Continue reading

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Tax and Spend

Tax and Spend Many of our elected officials see public finds as a way to achieve individual goals. They also use public funds to intrude into our lives and tell us what we can eat and not eat. They don’t … Continue reading

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Laissez-Faire

Laissez-Faire  The dictionary defines laissez-faire this way. In economics, laissez-faire describes an environment in which transactions between private parties are free from state intervention, including restrictive regulations, taxes, tariffs and enforced monopolies. The phrase is French and literally means “let … Continue reading

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Highest Monthly Deficit

Highest Monthly Deficit I read an article in the news this morning that identified February 2012 as the highest monthly deficit in history. Our government spent so much more than we took in that the monthly deficit broke the previous … Continue reading

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Why is he Successful?

Why is he Successful?   There are some very wealthy people in this country as well as some people who are poor and very poor. Why are the wealthy people wealthy? Why are the poor people poor? There are lots … Continue reading

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Over Educated and Under Experienced

Over Educated and Under Experienced  Our government and many of our elected officials seem to be over educated and under experienced. They have a lot of education and have read a lot of books and wrote a bunch of papers, … Continue reading

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