Monthly Archives: March 2011

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Rumsfeld’s View

I have admired Rumsfeld. He seemed intelligently clear in his press briefings and was able to use humor appropriately.  Yet many in the military were scathingly critical of him and pushed for his resignation.  He was deemed to squelch criticism…

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Fraud Enablers

I am not sure what led me to  a 400 page book about a single investor’s single short position on a single company, but once I entered the book I could not put it down until I finished it.  Fooling…

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The Health Care Bill will Burden the Young

The health care bill continues to kill jobs.  Our rates have climbed while our coverage is reduced, but the real cost is still ahead.  Pending rules creates huge burdens on business, especially small business where job growth during a recovery is usually concentrated.  As…

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