Monthly Archives: September 2011

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

A Demand for Security

Scott Grannis writes in his blog Calafia Beach Pundit (highly recommended) – Money Supply and Panic Update – 9/9/11. Excerpt: And what does all this tell us? One: If the supply of dollars is not rising faster than the demand for…

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Experts and Demons

The angry tone of the voters belies a frustration with politics that comes from a reluctant involvement.  We would rather not have weigh in on the political discourse.  We would much rather think about the high school foot ball game,…

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Accumulating Disincentives

from Pajamas Media- Zero Jobs 101 — the Psychology of Alienating Employers by Victor Davis Hansen – September 2, 2011 Experpts: In the last 30 months, the Obama administration has created a psychological landscape that finally just seemed, whether fairly…

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A Destructive Obsession with Unions

While he speaks of yet another jobs plan, this president consistently takes actions to kill jobs.  He is placing the active promotion of unions over job growth. In his fantasy land of fairness this makes sense, but anyone with business…

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Bi Partsan Cluelessness

Henry Nothhaft writes A Labor Day Message for President Obama in the Wall Street Journal 9/2/11 excerpt: When it comes to job creation, Washington is afflicted with a totally bipartisan cluelessness. For every Democratic Congress that passes a health-reform bill…

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The Benefits of Tax Simplification

Possibly the best outcome of the budget and debt debate may be a simplification of the tax code.  This creates a benefit few have thoroughly considered. The amount of time and expense that is squandered by business in order to…

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In Need of Fresh Ideas

I find books like Tyler Cowen’s The Great Stagnation to be refreshing and valuable not because they are right or wrong but because they offer a different perspective that what we are commonly fed. Much of our policy from both…

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