Tag: Economics

It should be. Everyone should have a pretty clear definition of political thought and philosophies — we don’t have nearly enough of that either in school or in society... Read More

This story sounds vaguely familiar to me. Wasn’t there another Democratic Illinois politician recently who was accused of improper behavior and while steadfastly proclaiming his innocence refusing to heed... Read More

A friend of mine wrote the following to me: > Had a discussion with the neighbors recently where it was postulated > that gas is really only worth $1.00 a gallon I’d be... Read More

CNN Money: Electric Cars Will Need Lots of Financial Support The above CNN article is interesting in oh-so-many ways. They are essentially saying that electric cars don’t make good financial sense,... Read More

With great fanfare, President Obama had tonight what was described by the Associated Press as a political ‘win’ in the form of House passage of an $819 billion economic ‘stimulus’... Read More

Very simply put, wealth is stuff other people want. While money is often thought of as wealth, and in some ways it is, it really is just a currency to... Read More

A common argument against the implementation of one system or another is that people will scam said system at the expense of others. Such an argument is a specious red... Read More

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up by over 300 points so far today and it’s being framed as a big positive response to an announcement by Citigroup that they’ve... Read More

Only after basic needs are met will people care about their environment. I once heard a story about two men lost in the woods in winter. As night fell and... Read More

From the start of his term, Obama has been saying that the economy, and its problems, are not ‘his’ responsibility. He’s stuck with the theme that what we are currently... Read More