Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Seven Year Decline of Economic Freedom

What a condescending dolt that Harry Reid is…good golly!  Not since Teddy Kennedy has there been a U.S. Senator that was hungrier for a knuckle sandwich. On Tuesday the dissembling Senate Majority Leader thought he had it in the bag.  … Continue reading

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Duct Tape Economics

The Labor Department laid a sulfurous egg last Friday.  By their calculations, just 74,000 jobs were created in December.  The pros thought it would be 200,000.  What do they know? This marks the slightest increase since January 2011.  Somehow, even … Continue reading

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Some Lessons Cannot Be Learned from an iPad

Some Lessons Cannot Be Learned from an iPad By Dennis Miller, Editor, Money Forever My wife Jo and I spent a weekend last fall at our daughter Holly’s house, enjoying time with our two young grandchildren, three-year-old Brock and eight-year-old … Continue reading

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So Long Ben, and Thanks for All the Memories

Outgoing Fed Chair Ben Bernanke took a moment last Friday to bid farewell.  With his final speech as Fed Chair, he endeavored to clarify exactly what he’s been up to over the last eight years.  Many topics were touched upon; … Continue reading

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