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Archive for September, 2018
Ten Years after Lehman—Will It Happen Again?

The overdo increase of artificially low-interest rates could prove disastrous because of unhealthy debt levels and asset inflation.

Real Women Don’t Want the Government to Get Them in the Boardroom

Senate Bill 826 serves as yet another example of Government waste an incompetency.

The Last Refuge of Payment in Kind

Football season is in full swing, and on Saturdays, college teams rule the television sports channels. Everybody makes big money except those the people pay to watch, the players.

Gratitude in an Unfree World

Everyone who knows me knows that I loathe government as it now exists everywhere. But yesterday, as I set out to walk Fly Boy down the road through the jungle as usual, I was struck by what a beautiful day it was, and I determined to count my blessings.

Constitution Day

Today, by statutory law, is Constitution Day.  It is more a wake for the dead than a celebration for one that is living.  Actually, the Constitution is dead because so many have insisted on it being a living and breathing document.  A Constitution should be a lighthouse, a beacon for the people to gaze…
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The Silence of the Deficit Hawks

The U.S. government did something in August 2018 that it has never done before. It spent $433 billion in taxpayer and borrowed dollars in a single month!

California’s Degrees of Separation from Truth and Accountability

California pension woes exacerbated by botched appointments.

Lehman Brothers and the 2008 Financial Panic: Learning the Right Lessons

The U.S. government and Federal Reserve caused the crisis, and since 2008 their actions have set us up for an even bigger calamity.

A Boom in Small Business Optimism

It’s amazing what good things can happen when the power and greed of bureaucrats and politicians over regular Americans is diminished!

Let Competition, Not the FDA, Resolve the EpiPen Shortage

The only reliable remedy to mitigate shortages of any product is to allow competition in the market.

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