Monthly Archives: February 2013

Fiscal Responsibility

Fiscal Responsibility   Some people believe that we don’t have a spending problem and that the more the government spends the better the economy is stimulated. I have a few objections with these beliefs. Government can’t spend anything that is … Continue reading

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Politicians In Handcuffs

http://www.amazon.com/Politicians-in-Handcuffs-ebook/dp/B006KCNFOA/ref=sr_1_4?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1361984921&sr=1-4&keywords=gino+dicostanzo   A collection of essays from my point of view. The Economy, Free market, Global Warming, Health Care, Leadership and Courage.

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The Current Fiscal Crisis

The Current Fiscal Crisis   Our current fiscal crisis is the result of the failure of our elected empty suits to make difficult decisions and take decisive action back in 2011. The question then was whether or not to raise … Continue reading

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Income and Spending

Income and Spending   The private sector and families understand the process of income and spending. Politicians can’t get the concept of income and spending because they have a different agenda than the private sector and families do. In the … Continue reading

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Leadership in a Vacuum

Leadership in a Vacuum   There is a void in our government. We don’t have any leadership anywhere. Leaders stand in front of the led and identify the situation, make decisions and lead the led to the stated goal. Leaders … 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 … Continue reading

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