My wife suggested I started this blog on how to save money efficiently. Not sure who is writing this, myself or her! Well that is easy I said, ‘you just don’t spend it!’ Apparently that is not what she meant and now she isn’t happy with me for being sarcastic. 202 more words
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There seems to be a lot of talk among Democrats and native young people to the effect that European countries have less “income inequality” thanks to bigger government, higher taxes, and more social spending. 730 more words
It’s very strange to me that young people seem to like Bernie Sanders’ rhetoric so much. Have they really considered what his budget would require? 1,469 more words
Disclaimer: The book, “Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy,” by Thomas Sowell, is being used as a reference and textbook of sorts for this crash course in economics. 492 more words
I have two friends who are Trump supporters. I’ve been going over Trump’s record with them, and I thought that I would blog some of the evidence I presented here. 1,044 more words
This article is from the libertarian Reason.com. They’re terrible at social issues, but really really good at economics.
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Raising the minimum wage like this is an idea that’s become increasingly common amongst more liberal Democratic politicians and policymakers: The city of Seattle, Washington passed a law raising its minimum wage to $15 last year, and the Los Angeles city council voted to follow suit.