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Tag Archives: economy
Back several year ago (actually a lot of years ago) I found myself in Philadelphia for the first time ever, in a rental car, in the middle of January, very lost. I just needed to get on the freeway pointing … Continue reading
I was going to skate past Thursday and not comment on this big jobs speech that President Obama is going to deliver tomorrow, but then @caroljsroth tweeted this morning: I want to know what #jobs creation efforts/policies you are looking … Continue reading
The broadcast media loves a good, tight narrative. Here is the narrative for the stock market downturn for the recent events happening on Wall Street. Congress squabbles over debt ceiling, Tea Party was obstinate about debt and deficit, we came … Continue reading
When did the United States of America go from “shoot for the moon” to “circle the wagons?” We appear to be on a race to become the sickest and dumbest of the developed nations where nothing is going to be … Continue reading
Alice Paul c. 1930s In her article in the WSJ, Peggy Noonan uses an example that has been kinda turning over in my head ever since I read it early yesterday morning. In it, she quotes Rep. Marsha Blackburn of … Continue reading