Monthly Archives: January 2013

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Who Is Getting High?

Who is getting high these days? Certain cannabis users of course, but they pay for what they smoke. Supporters of Texas marijuana laws get high on the self righteous feelings they muster up within themselves. Unlike the smokers, they don’t … Continue reading

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Truth About Independent Minded Americans

How can a bunch of independent minded Americans all acting as individuals, let their government get out of control the way it is today? The answer to that is easy. Americans simply define themselves as independent minded. In real life … Continue reading

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Justice For Wall Street

Wall Street Justice Dialog Government: We think you are breaking the law. We are going to prosecute you. Wall Street: If you prosecute us, Main Street will suffer. If you hurt us, the whole economy will fail. Government: Then we … Continue reading

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Chance of a Lifetime

Ben Bernanke has provided you with the chance of a life time and there are two ways to handle it. Up to this point, the general public has been shunning the stock market. By the tradition, the general public buys … Continue reading

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Greed and Self Interest

Self interest is present and given in economics. Self interest is the number one reason for doing anything in economics or in politics. Greed is a little stronger than self interest but still within bounds in the world we live … Continue reading

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Ineffecient Financial Markets

Today Apple Computer was down 13% on a less than perfect earnings report. Netflix was up 40% because they earned $0.13 per share when they were expected to report a small loss. What do these wide one day price swings … Continue reading

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Who Understands Economics?

Who Understands Economics? Who understands economics? Does the Chairman of the Federal Reserve understand economics? It doesn’t matter whether he understands economics or not because he has no understanding of natural law. Natural law trumps principle put together in academia. … Continue reading

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There Are No Good Presidents

There is no such thing as a good president. There are no good kings, prime ministers or dictators. They are all bad. National leaders pursue their own interests and on rare occasions the general population benefits. For every leader who … Continue reading

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