Monthly Archives: April 2013

Making K-12 Education Meaningful.

The college bubble is about to burst.  But that is a good thing.  Every time a bubble bursts there is a crash which helps get the product or service back to a more natural state in the laws of Supply … Continue reading

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The popping of the college bubble.

There isn’t a product, a business, or a service in the entire world that the laws of Supply and Demand don’t apply to.  Just like everything else, College is not the exception. In the past, the purpose of College was … Continue reading

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Your rights.

Your rights exist not because they are written down.  Your rights exist not because the government tells you about them.  Your rights don’t begin to exist only after they are written down or they tell you about them. Inalienable rights … Continue reading

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Increase in Borrowing doesn’t lead to Increase in GDP

A friend called me up with an interesting analysis.  The supposition was that if the Government is going at least $1,000,000,000,000 into debt every year in order to “Save the Economy,” shouldn’t the economy (the GDP) be growing at a … Continue reading

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Unfunded Liabilities

Unfunded Government Pensions for Federal, State and Local levels is over $100,000,000,000,000. That’s not a typo. That is One-Hundred Trillion dollars. It is over 6 times more than the current debt. That is the amount of money “owed” to government … Continue reading

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The ends justify the means? Again?

Today the Supreme Court is ruling on whether or not Gay Marriage is constitutional.  Had the majority of the Supreme Court actually ever read the Constitution this case would have taken up 5 minutes of the court’s and the Justices’ … Continue reading

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Privatize the Post Office

A couple of days ago I had to mail a letter.  These days that is so infrequent an experience that I’ve taken to just buying single stamps after running out of stamps at home and sliding my letter into the … Continue reading

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