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The age of fairy tales

The age of fairy tales has not passed. Indeed, historians may someday call these the Alice in Wonderland years. They may write about us as the generation that slipped through ... read more...


One sentence

If educators allowed me to add one sentence to school textbooks I would add one about jobs. Whenever the text got to the subject of businesses, I would add that sentence. I w... read more...


They are not the same

Here is a reminder of something we often forget. I offer it because I tire of lazy journalists who say and write things like “The job figures released today sent stocks lower... read more...


Entering Ho-Hum Land again

Are we entering Ho-Hum Land again? The President’s Debt Commission has begun to list the areas where we can cut Washington’s spending. It will also suggest what we might do t... read more...


Thanks for our Constitution

Like yours, my Thanksgiving thoughts usually drift toward family, friends, good health. This year, however, I express thanks to our founders. For creating our constitution. Wh... read more...


The Great Unwashed

‘Tis the hunting season for The Great Unwashed. Those who caustic writer H.L. Mencken called the “booboisee.” In other words, those of the middle and working classes who don’t... read more...


Are we getting carried away?

Are we maybe getting carried away? When it comes to our president visiting another country? An official in the Indian government said last week that President Obama’s trip to... read more...


The Age Of Uncertainty

Let us christen this the Age of Uncertainty. And let us take comfort in that. No one avoids uncertainties, of course. No country, no business, no individual does. These days,... read more...


Governed by elitists

Do you doubt we are governed by elitists? Perhaps this will persuade you otherwise. Congressguys left Washington to campaign. Without acting on the Bush tax cuts. And they le... read more...


They set it up that way

A New York politician got caught messing with the state pension fund. Here is how it affects you. No matter where you live and work. And even if you are on Social Security. A... read more...


Bomb lobbing

Two items this week reminded me of bomb lobbing. One item happened to be about the Sun’s activity.  The other about hurricanes.  They could have been about any number of subje... read more...


A good (bad) example

Here is a good example of how corrupt many of our politicians have become. This serves too as an indicator of how out-of-touch they are. By that I mean that most of them would... read more...


Singing praises to failure

The recent moves by Cuba remind me of a sad fact. Millions of people all over this country love to support failure. Millions around the world sing the praises of failure. Cub... read more...


Zero praise?

Lots of the November candidates are promising to re-open the question of Obamacare if they get to Congress. Some want to deep-six the whole program. Some want to deny it funds... read more...


All this jabber

All this jabber about the Bush tax cuts begs a few questions. They are questions that should be obvious. Nobody seems to ask them, so maybe they aren’t. Or maybe people are em... read more...



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