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You read and hear about job losses occurring when companies pick up and move to a new location (or a new country in some cases).  301 more words

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And the Biggest Just Got Bigger

It was announced that U.S. regulators–the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission–gave approval for the merger between Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller, PLC.  MillerCoors LLC will be sold.  203 more words

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The Brew-Ha-Ha Over Budweiser's Acquisition

Back in mid-October, 2015, Anheuser-Busch InBev announced a planned acquisition of SABMiller for just over $100 billion.

Not only does this proposed acquisition involve a large sum, but it involves several countries.  380 more words

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The Survival of Our Free Enterprise System

What is Renaissance?

The dictionary defines it as renewal, rebirth or rediscovery.

It was used to define the movement in 16th Century Europe to define the classical Greek revival in painting, sculpture, and architecture. 280 more words

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ChristianMingle Should Be Free To Discriminate

California’s anti-discrimination law should not be used by the Left as a mallet to beat Christian (or any other kind of) businesses over the head.

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Why Luxury TVs Are Affordable when Basic Health Care and Higher Education Are Not

I’m still running into all sorts of things, most of all ideas, and often for the first time, although a good number of them have been around for a long time, decades, and in some instances centuries, some being older than I am now in my eighties. 998 more words


Quote by Adam Smith on the invisible hand

A quote by Adam Smith on the invisible hand is the topic of this blog post.

“Every individual is continually exerting himself to find out the most advantageous employment for whatever capital he can command. 280 more words

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