There isn’t a clean way to measure who might be a so-called “maker” versus the presumed counterpart, the “taker”, but let’s accept the premise that some of us “take” more than we “make.” 565 more words
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Welcome to part 2 of our close reading of President Ronald Reagan’s Farewell Address of January 11, 1989. Here we pick up from where we left off in part 1 with Reagan explaining the “American miracle” that won him the respect, at last, of all those aristocrats at the G7 meeting in Ottawa. 1,251 more words
Black America Regressing Under Obama; Prospered Under Reagan
CNSNews.com ^ | 03/25/2015 | James Agresti
Posted on 3/25/2015, 1:47:17 PM by E. Pluribus Unum
The Washington Post recently published two opinion pieces in which the authors claimed that the economic policies of President Ronald Reagan—called Reaganomics—wreaked financial havoc on African Americans. 758 more words
What does World War I have to do with Obamanomics?
There’s no real connection, of course, but it did give me an opportunity to present a good analogy. 1,347 more words
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Last week, we learned that Wal-Mart was giving the lowest paid of its hourly employees a raise. In a blog post, Wal-Mart Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon said that as of April, the company will pay a minimum of $9 an hour.
Last Christmas, I paid $5000 for a cat.
For a cat.
“Cat” here, in case you should be wondering, is not the title of an avant garde piece of sculpture by some breaking new artist, or a colloquial reference to a rare wine or other exclusive gift for a loved one. 1,965 more words
For over 30 years now, the American people have been force fed a steady diet of an economic theory designed by wall street, promoted by greed and adopted by the uneducated and hopeful masses. 831 more words