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Canada Shows How to Eliminate the Tax Bias against Saving

Since all economic theories – even Marxism and socialism – recognize that capital formation is a key to long-run growth, higher wages, and improved living standards, it obviously doesn’t make sense to penalize saving and investment. 1,249 more words


Netflix, Data, Drunkard’s and Adam Sandler

There has been much discussion about Netflix’ recent announcement signing Adam Sandler for an exclusive four movie deal to be premiered on Netflix. It has also generated talk of the beginning of the end of the traditional Hollywood studio model as well as praise for Netflix use of data to make a content investment decision; albeit, this particular decision has left many people scratching their heads. 762 more words


(What's Left of) Our Economy: Manufacturing's Low-Road Comeback Strategy is Failing

Yesterday’s manufacturing wage data from the Labor Department contains bad news not just for domestic industry’s workforce. The weak results also indicated that, if U.S.-based manufacturers think they can regain competitiveness via what analysts call the “low road” of labor cost cutting, they’re wrong so far. 338 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Cut Envious People Out of Your Life

Action Tip:  Cut envious people out of your life. Envious friends are more destructive than enemies. An envious friend will secretly plot to destroy your happiness, blessings, welfare and well-being. 52 more words


All That Glitters

Beware shiny objects.

I have a friend who's easily distracted.

In fact, two friends like that. While it means they're engaging to speak with since they know a little about a lot, when I work with them I have to guide them continuously lest they get infatuated with anything other than our goal. 451 more words


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You can write essays, stories, scripts and everything else. But, to the best of my understanding, you don’t write poetry. You possibly cannot. Poetry simply happens out of you when your conscience is intoxicated, inebriated, bruised, exhilarated or relieved, or gets simply indescribably optimistic or pessimistic or child-like. 130 more words