Monthly Archives: August 2012

America’s Pied Piper

He is the Pied Piper of American politics. He is bringing America to its knees. He must be defeated in November, and he is the person that millions of idealistic well intentioned Americans hoped would reverse the course of the … Continue reading

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The wealth flight

Depending on the outcome of the November election, if Obama manages to hang on I believe that some sizable number of our wealthiest citizens will run for havens in other countries. They will get while the getting is possible. They … Continue reading

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Emerging Middle East crisis

The war of nerves between Israel and Iran continues to grow. The latest word is that some kind of attack will be launched by Israel before the U.S. November election,placing Obama in the uncomfortable position of having to respond to … Continue reading

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The truth about “trickle down” economics

There is a misunderstanding about the role that low taxes has in the creation of jobs. Clearly low tax rates are not the sole element needed to create jobs. It is only one condition. It’s just that they are such … Continue reading

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The road to job creation

There is reportedly somewhere around $2 trillion that U.S. businesses have saved in reserve based on their earnings. Liberals frequently eye that money and wonder why it is not spent creating jobs. This position demonstrates why the debate between the … Continue reading

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Incentives are key

The incentives for “turning the wheel” must remain strong if we are to prosper. We should always allow those who are motivated producers to keep the lion’s share of the results of their efforts. This is elementary stuff. They will … Continue reading

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Taking the lid off free trade

Its time to stop apologizing for following sensible market driven solutions such as “outsourcing”. The market principles and conditions that incent private businesses to reach outside the U.S. for profits are natural and predictable. We should never give in to … Continue reading

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