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Robbed, Deceived And Cheated

Today’s article is going to be a series of brief comments that when juxtaposed support the assertion in the title that Americans are being robbed, deceived and cheated by the organized criminal enterprise commonly known as the Trump administration. Let’s explore. Continue reading Robbed, Deceived And Cheated

Low On Energy?

By some measures the pinnacle of my business career was reached in a privately held company. My friend owned it and I was operationally in charge. All I had to do was call him, discuss what I wanted to do, get his approval and it was a done deal. In reality most of the time he didn’t want to be bothered and gave me a free rein; that is what he paid me for and I appreciated his confidence. Donald Trump is about to learn the many differences between a private company where you spent your adult life as the boss’s favorite kid or the boss and running the federal government. He does seem to have already learned one lesson. Let’s explore. Continue reading Low On Energy?

Those Who Fail …

There is an axiom along the lines of: Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The proverb and its origin are themselves in some dispute. It appears the original version was not in English and therefore some things were literally lost in translation. In any event, the concept is both well-known and very true. I fear we are seeing a modern day example of it in Donald Trump’s selection of Rex Tillerson as his nominee to become Secretary of State. Let’s explore. Continue reading Those Who Fail …

This Is A Presidential Level Economics Team?

I plan on doing a spoof article with Donald Trump naming some of his Cabinet Secretaries somewhere in the near future; that is if he doesn’t beat me to the punch in a desperation move to save his rapidly sinking campaign by actually naming some. While it will be a satirical article it will frighten many readers because like most good fiction it will be substantially believable. Perhaps the most frightening thing about Trump is that most of the experienced and knowledgeable Republicans want nothing to do with him. Instead of the same old proven losers we will get even less qualified people under Trump. That is both scary and unbelievable! With all that in mind let’s take a look at the economic advisory team that Trump announced last Friday. Continue reading This Is A Presidential Level Economics Team?