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“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”
~ Maria Robinson
As we look back over the past year in retrospect the easiest thing to do might be to ruminate in the “coulda, woulda, shoulda” syndrome. Falling into that trap may be the most counter-productive activity to engage in. Continue reading
Peter Schiff is right. The other fellow says we should go back to the tax rates of when Clinton and even Eisenhower were president. If that logic works then why isn’t the President willing to go to the government spending levels back then as well? Furthermore there is empirical evidence that shows raising taxes has the adverse affect of what one would expect on both revenue received by the government and the economy in general.
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The American Revolution
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Posted in Budget, Credit Crisis, National Politics, Peter Schiff, Politics, Pop Culture, Taxes, Voting
Tagged e pluribus unum, Fiscal Cliff, Peter Schiff, Taxes
Thomas Sowell, in my mind, should be given the status of National Treasure. That may sound a little grandiose so I suppose that I have a confession to make. If great thinkers, philosophers, and such had groupies, I’d probably be a Thomas Sowell groupie – well at least in a “man crush” kind of way. Continue reading
“I wave the American flag. Do you know a better flag to wave? Sure, I love my country with all her faults. I’m not ashamed of that, never have been, never will be.”
~ John Wayne
Coming out of a self imposed post election exile as it relates to my blog, I can think of no better theme to write about than American Exceptionalism, hence the title of my post. Continue reading