Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Predictions of Alexis

As this blog is being written, our representatives in Washington D.C. are about to craft a “debt ceiling” compromise.  I’ll evaluate it in detail next week, but I am relatively certain that they will “kick the can down the hill” … Continue reading

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Nut Job With A Gun

This week I was horrified to learn of the man who executed 80 young Norwegians at a summer camp. 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik was arrested by authorities. At first investigation this shooting appears to be a one-man “nut job” event. … Continue reading

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It’s A Math Problem

As the President and Republican politicians argue about the debt ceiling right down to the artificial “default” date of August 2, 2011, I have an observation.  No longer is the overspending and over borrowing of the Federal government a matter … Continue reading

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Stop Believing the Default Lie!

In a recent New York Times article, the following words appear: “If the current $14.29 trillion debt ceiling is not raised, the government would ultimately have to default on its debt; without borrowing, it would not be able to pay … Continue reading

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Independence Day

Tomorrow is the 4th of July, Independence Day for the United States of America.  On July 2, 1776 the Congress of the United States voted to declare independence from Great Britain.  Two days later, on July 4, 1776, Congress formally … Continue reading

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