Monthly Archives: June 2012

SCOTUS, the Left and illegal immigration

The recent SCOTUS decision on the Arizona anti-illegal immigration law throws the citizens of that State under the bus.. Clearly the political system implemented by the Founders too often in contemporary crises is not working for the American people. This … Continue reading

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Education, poverty and inequality

Education is a tempting theme around which the Liberal Left builds its inevitably futile case to eradicate poverty and inequality. Poverty and inequality are inescapable aspects of society. Not everyone is endowed with the energy and motivation to achieve in … Continue reading

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America

America and being an American carries with it unique and very definite meanings for me. To my way of thinking there are three principal essential American values. Any actions or behaviors that reinforce and perpetuate adherence to these values amount … Continue reading

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Bain Capital–vulture capitalism?

There has been much recent discussion directed at Bain Capital. Mainly it is leftists on the Obama side of the ideological spectrum who describe Bain as a “vulture capitalist” . The real vultures are the ones who keep picking at … Continue reading

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In defense of Bain Capital

The Bain heritage is one of outstanding achievements, and virtuous action, and represents the very best in capitalist endeavor. A private equity firm with a long range view of creating wealth and success for everyone from employed labor though capital … Continue reading

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America must increase its deterrent strength

We can see it everywhere we look that America has lost or is losing its deterrent strength militarily around the globe. China increases its naval strength, forcing the U.S. Navy’s hand to rebalance its assets in the region. Russia, China … Continue reading

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CEOs and their compensation

Boards sometimes hire misfits to run their companies and hire the wrong CEO. Arguably Apple’s Steve Jobs did so when he hired John Scully away from Pepsi in 1983 to lead Apple.Ultimately Jobs was the natural CEO fit for Apple, … Continue reading

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