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Spend Your Own

I paid a bill once.  It was for a grocer who had the nerve to charge me for provisions and it was awful.  I see the inherent appeal of a communal tab.   805 more words

Why the ‘Resist’ movement is not at all like the Tea Party

Authored By: Jen Kuznicki | February 14, 2017

URL of the original posting site: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2017/02/why-the-resist-movement-is-not-at-all-like-the-tea-party

Regular patriotic Americans stood up to the Obama administration, not by screaming and berating Democrat politicians, but by looking inside their own houses, their own traditional place within the Republican Party.

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Competition = Better Goods

“Would you pay 20% more to shop at a store that sells only American-made goods?”

To answer this question it would depend on what I am looking to buy, the quality of the good and who has the best price. 193 more words


Making money from schools

Why would anyone want to take the risk of running a ‘for profit’ school when there are so many easier way to make money out of state education? 503 more words


What Creates and Sustains Jobs?

By Dale Netherton – Re-Blogged From iPatriot

The politicians mutter the word “jobs” as if they understood where jobs come from and what conditions are necessary to sustain jobs. 845 more words

GDP & Employment

The Little Shop that Shouldn't

Every day I walk past a little shop: The Village something or other. Some whimsical misnomer that transports one’s mind to the pastoral wholesomeness of a little hamlet set into greening mountainside, far from the bustling grey of London, far from the anonymous rush and the industrial, faceless cement and plastic flimsiness of relentless commercialism, to a quaint place of smiles and bowed roofs where cows chew the cud and the smell of slow baking bread fills the valley with its hearthside scent. 829 more words


Industrial Revolution: New Ideas

As Industry grew and populations grew from primarily rural to urban society began to change and new ways of thinking about the economy emerged. Next, we will examine the new ideas and the thinkers who struggled with how to understand the consequences of the industrial world. 144 more words