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March to Default

“May you live in interesting times,” says the ancient Chinese curse.  No doubt about it, we live in interesting times.  Hardly a day goes by that we’re not aghast and astounded by a series of grotesque caricatures of the world … Continue reading

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Pinching the Losers in Congress

Financial markets are remarkably confounding.  If you’ve ever speculated on stock price movements, you know what we mean.  Predicting where the market will go is hard enough.  But knowing exactly when…that’s nearly impossible. Looking back, assigning causation, and projecting forward, … Continue reading

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Hollow Words from a Hollow Man

One of the more endearing things about politics is election season.  Although hardly a soul in this day and age still takes them serious, they are not without merit.  In fact, they are not all bad. For what better opportunity … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Believe the IRS Anyway

I Didn’t Believe the IRS Anyway By Dennis Miller, Miller’s Money Forever Lois Lerner’s emails are back from the dead—sort of.  The former IRS official’s BlackBerry, however, is still long gone.  The IRS intentionally destroyed it in June 2012 (after … Continue reading

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