Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Fed is Escaping Blame

Fantasy free means I am not handicapped by the erroneous assumptions about human nature and institutions that mainstream economist are obliged to use. While they are exalting the human species, putting halos on certain persons and institutions, worshiping leaders and … Continue reading

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How Low Are You Willing To Go?

Lets say you have $300,000 cash and you don’t want to risk it in the stock market. Today the highest CD rates in the country are about 1.25%. That pays you $312 per month.  If you were not being robbed … Continue reading

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Immigration and Related Issues

Download PDF Version This is a classic case of folks acting on the basis things are one way when they are really another. The immigration issues boils down billionaires importing customers, politicians importing constituents contrasted with everyone else importing neighbors. … Continue reading

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Surviving in the Present Moment

Nature gives animals a gift of discernment in the present moment. Dangers and opportunities are instantly and correctly assessed to facilitate survival. Animals can be fooled but the odds of getting the situation right are astronomically high. Most fish don’t … Continue reading

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