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The Greatest Movie Line Ever!

September 16, 2012

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A Lesson From The Not So Distant Past

January 4, 2011

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This is Rudolf Havenstein. The name probably means nothing to most people. However, during the hyper-inflation in Germany that commenced after WWI.,  this man was the President of the German Central Banking System.  He held essentially the same position that Ben Bernanke holds in the U.S. today.   When Germany needed more money to fight WWI. […]

From Whence Cometh The Rage?

December 19, 2010

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The news this week, as every week,  is full of stories about people venting their rage against their fellow-man.  An individual walked into a school board meeting, drew graffiti  on the wall and then pulled a gun and shot at school board members from point-blank range. We hear of road rage with people taking shots […]

Obama’s Plan For Financing Healthcare

December 5, 2010

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This is not an idea that is original to the President.   This method is frequently used by State and Local Government to finance Public Education and the building of  “Roads to Nowhere”.     Thanks to Rube Goldberg for his on target assessment of the arcane and Byzantine methods that politicians come up with to  make people […]

The Federal Reserve and the road to Hyper-Inflation

October 18, 2010

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It seems to be a foregone conclusion that Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will push for another round of Quantitative Easing (Printing more money) sometime after Nov. 3rd.    The Fed seems to think that the risk of unleashing future hyper-inflation is better than allowing the markets to take care of  the Nations current financial woes in […]

The Death Of Optimism

August 8, 2010

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In  an opinion piece by syndicated columnist Peggy Noonan in today’s Wall Street Journal, Ms. Noonan laments that public optimism about the “American Dream” has declined in America to an alarming degree.  The bonds that cement us together as a free and united people are being eroded by the rising radicalism of the politically correct, […]

National Policy Choices And An Uninformed Majority

June 9, 2010

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Recently Zogby International conducted a survey to measure which group of voters were more knowledgeable about the economic policy choices facing the United States.  Those questioned were asked if they considered themselves to be Liberal, Moderate or Conservative. They were also asked their political affiliation or party choice either Democrat, Republican or Independent. They were […]