Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Cowboy Code

The Cowboy Code As I’m getting older I’ve been reading westerns, especially those written by Louis L’Amour. Cowboys and Cowgirls lived good decent lives. And they lived by a simple code that guided them through life: • Live each day … Continue reading

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Redistribution of Wealth and the Voter

Redistribution of Wealth and the Voter Not enough people are paying taxes. Too many people who do not pay taxes get a check from the government. Too much money is being spent to buy the affection of some voters. Politicians … Continue reading

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The Robin Hood Tax

The Robin Hood Tax Steal from the Rich and give to the Poor did work many years ago when Robin Hood tried it. Nobility owned everything even the poor. There was no opportunity for the poor to get an education … Continue reading

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Fast Food Companies and Higher Wages

Fast Food Companies and Higher Wages Labor Unions and Disgruntled employees are trying to coerce the owners of Fast Food restaurants to pay more money for jobs. Some of their reasons or complaints are: The companies are making lots of … Continue reading

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Fairness, Equal Opportunity, and Rap Stars

Fairness, Equal Opportunity, and Rap Stars Those with a liberal mindset believe in principles that are noble and make sense, but they aren’t always practical or guarantied. Equal opportunity is one of those principles and it exists in the world … Continue reading

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Income Inequalities

Income Inequalities I looked up Income Inequality and found this statistic. “Just about every socio-economic indicator shows that the distribution of income in the United States is becoming increasingly unequal. In 2010, the top 20% of Americans earned 49.4% of … Continue reading

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