Some of my favorite articles to write deal with the economy. Today I’d like to take a very brief look at three issues that could be filed under fiscal policy. We seem to debate the heck out of them in America yet the solutions are simple.
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’67 ’12 ’19 – Time To Tell Some People To Take A Hike
This is my first “live” blog in about a week. I needed to write ahead in order to accommodate what for me was a packed schedule of a medical procedure, travel and meetings. (Everything worked out wonderfully.) I thought I’d start out today’s article with the lyrics to a song and build from there. Let’s explore. Continue reading ’67 ’12 ’19 – Time To Tell Some People To Take A Hike
Of Debt And Interest Rates
When it comes to economics I am much stronger in discussing fiscal as opposed to monetary policy. There is an intersection of the two and my mind drifted toward the latter while reading a book on foreign policy a few weeks ago, (strange how the mind works sometimes.) My entire thought process got caught up in interest rates. It’s somewhat complex so let’s explore. Continue reading Of Debt And Interest Rates
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?