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Irrelevant Trump Wingeing, and Some on the Free Market.

Yesterday, Jan Hansenn in comments proposed that we are not logical in our hopes for Trump, that others fear him, not because he may succeed but that he may damage the country, and finally that his business career is not all that successful. He also referenced sites that I consider mostly fake news, the New York Times, […]

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12 Bucks for a Cup of Joe – Why it is Worth it to Many

George Will notes in the Washington Post the other day that Starbucks has a new and exclusive coffee experience awaiting you. Let him explain. Indiana’s Thomas R. Marshall, who was America’s vice president 100 years ago, voiced — he plucked it from a Hoosier humorist — one of the few long-remembered utterances to issue from that office: […]

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‘If Russia and Saudi Arabia lead, rest will follow’…

or so says the Saudi energy minister on this historic oil deal. Well, maybe they will. But what if North America doesn’t follow? Let’s see, he’s talking about On Saturday, twelve non-OPEC countries, including Azerbaijan, Oman, Mexico, Sudan, South Sudan, Bahrain, Malaysia, Equatorial Guinea, Bolivia, Kazakhstan and Russia, agreed to cut oil production by 558,000 barrels per […]

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Carrier Blinks, Jobs Stay, Trump Wins |

Well, well, well, look at that, Carrier with all the noise about domestic manufacturing jobs decided it would be a good idea to stay in Indianapolis. Undoubtedly they are correct. From the NY Times From the earliest days of his campaign, Donald J. Trump made keeping manufacturing jobs in the United States his signature economic issue, […]

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Carrier Blinks, Jobs Stay, Trump Wins |

Well, well, well, look at that, Carrier with all the noise about domestic manufacturing jobs decided it would be a good idea to stay in Indianapolis. Undoubtedly they are correct. From the NY Times From the earliest days of his campaign, Donald J. Trump made keeping manufacturing jobs in the United States his signature economic issue, […]

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The Beautiful Lie

Have you seen this, yet? It has about 600,000 views on YouTube. Steven Heyward over at PowerLine comments, “Here you will take in a typically politicized student, at South Africa’s University of Cape Town, arguing that “Science as a whole is a product of western modernity, and the whole thing should be scratched off.” The audience […]

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This English Major Just Got Fired. Here’s Where I Went Wrong

This is pretty interesting. It tells us quite a lot about how it is out there in the job market. But it tells us something else, maybe. Maybe our young people are coming out of college with rather overblown expectations of what a degree is worth. The best thing that college can teach you, is […]

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The Politics of Energy

I try pretty hard not to write about politics overmuch, it angers and tires me, and I suspect it does the same to you, especially this year, when the noise level decidedly indicates hearing protection, much like an unmuffled chainsaw. Still, it matters, so let’s let Bill Whittle tell us why.

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Why are EpiPens so Expensive?

This is pretty interesting, not to mention rather disgusting. The outrage of the week is the exorbitant rise in the cost of the EpiPen Auto-Injector. Predictably, the progressive left immediately jumped into full battle mode and trotted out its favorite boogie – capitalism. And just as predictably, they are looking to government to fix it. […]

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Special Favors For Businesses Don’t Benefit Taxpayers

Interesting story here. This election cycle has stunned even the most seasoned political prognosticators. Voters are clearly fed up with the “Washington Way,” lashing out like never before. If voters truly want to shake up the political landscape, they should start by demanding separation between big government and big business. Corporate favoritism is when government […]

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Britain’s Elites Can’t Ignore the Masses

Megan McArdle wrote the other day about her experience in a European airport and spending a day in Luton. if you would know the real reason that England specifically voted for Brexit, I think she found it, as well as anyone can sort out the many and varied reasons why the Brits decided to leave. […]

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Why Uber Keeps Raising Billions

This is interesting, and a chase of pace. Apparently Uber is sitting on a pile of cash and borrowing more. I don’t know enough here to even have an opinion, but it tends to fascinate me. Here, read the whole thing.™: It feels like almost every other week there is a new headline about Uber […]

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The Political Commentator 2014-12-19 21:30:00

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!Or, if that doesn’t HIT the spot, might I suggest The Obama Punching Bag instead? Would a federal guarantee indemnifying Sony from the lawsuits that would have resulte… Con… . . . → Read More: The Political Commentator 2014-12-19 21:30:00

Sony needed a Federal guarantee to release ‘The Interview’

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A Ferguson, Missouri Feel Good Story!

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!Or, if that doesn’t HIT the spot, might I suggest The Obama Punching Bag instead?Out of the violence and destruction in Ferguson, Missouri, much of it directed at innocent sm… . . . → Read More: A Ferguson, Missouri Feel Good Story!

Video: Practice makes perfect!

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!Or, if that doesn’t HIT the spot, might I suggest The Obama Punching Bag instead?Odell Beckham Jr. proved this in college, in warm-ups and then on the biggest stage of all!Wa… . . . → Read More: Video: Practice makes perfect!

It looks innocent enough but looks can be deceiving! (Video)

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!Did you know that something as innocent looking as a copy machine could pose serious risks to your business if the right steps are not taken to prevent it?Neither did I!Watch… . . . → Read More: It looks innocent enough but looks can be deceiving! (Video)

Ebola in New York City?

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The CDC released a report titled ‘Surveillance and Preparedness for Ebola Virus Disease — New York City, 2014’ but, at least for this New Yorker, it appears to be more of the same reaction rather than proaction!

What would happen if there was an outbreak here?

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What does a 2.35% 10-year Treasury note yield mean to you?

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Situational awareness and vigilance tips for ourselves and our families!

In light of the expanded war on terror overseas and the vicious attack at an Oklahoma business last week, the need for practicing vigilance and situational awareness has grown much more acute in the United States for both individuals and families!Read … . . . → Read More: Situational awareness and vigilance tips for ourselves and our families!