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Thanksgiving, And What I’ve Come To Realize From It

Sometimes knowledge is best gained in reflective moments. Today I want to illustrate that and the core will be how I celebrated this past Thanksgiving. I appreciate it more today than last Thursday.

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Some Thoughts On The Debt Ceiling

As I commence writing this article, we are awaiting the Fed’s announcement on interest rates. I am among the many who anticipate a .25% increase. That is not only unnecessary but injurious to the economy. The Fed seems committed to raising rates until (and hopefully not beyond) the point that it puts the economy into a recession. But that’s only a small part of what I want to cover today; the looming debt ceiling crisis is my main thrust.

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Why Isn’t Today A National Holiday?

Today is the 75th anniversary of D-Day which was the beginning of the end for the Nazis and their allies. It is the primary reason so many people across the world enjoy the lives they have today. To me it is the second most significant date in American history. Why isn’t it a national holiday?     Continue reading Why Isn’t Today A National Holiday?

The Biggest Lie?

When you have a President who is on track to tell over 2,000 lies in his first year in office it is difficult to determine which is the biggest. Hence, the question mark at the end of this article’s title. However I can tell you which one gnaws at me the most and on Monday of this week it was the first one Paul Krugman demonstrably disproved in his New York Times op-ed entitled: Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies. Yes that is ten lies, the number Dr. Krugman disproved in the article. My readers can breathe a sigh of relief because I just want to deal with one today. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Biggest Lie?