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Sequestration – How To Get $1.2T Without Killing Demand In The Economy

Demand is what drives business growth, opportunity and economic prosperity.  Over the past few years, demand has contracted in many industries, yet over the past 24 months, we have begun to experience a slow and measurable path towards real GDP … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliff Issues Will Be Solved … We Have The Plan

The fiscal cliff will be solved. Stop fretting, my friends because the solution is not only logical, it is imminently doable. The Fiscal-Cliff components are: a). $1.2 trillion in mandated spending cuts to Domestic and Pentagon programs. b). $ 44 … Continue reading

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Deny-a-saurus; the World’s Last Dinosaur

Brontosaurus, Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus; each were Dinosaurs who’s primary function in 2012 is as globular masses full of hot air and gas. These amazing small-brained creatures walked the earth millions of years ago and were the dominant force … or at … Continue reading

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Picasso’s for Elected Office – Men of Many Faces

Just how many positions can a person have and still be considered principled? It is one thing for a person to evolve their position based on well researched information, or even have a new life experience that changes their perspective. … Continue reading

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The Alternative-Energy Marshall Plan – Let’s Get It Done Now!

In spite of a tremendously effective lobbying campaign, the tide is turning against old-school traditional energy monopolies. As a business person, I see no advantage to believing the “traditional” energy industry is advocating on behalf of my best interest. I’m … Continue reading

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Put Up Or Shut Up – It’s Time To See The Tax-Cut Details

With only a few weeks to go in this election, it’s time to put-up or shut-up. We must have all the salient details disclosed by those seeking office if we are to make the most informed choices possible. If we … Continue reading

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Romney’s Affirmative Action Moment

Governor Romney and CEO Mitt Romney had an interesting affirmative action moment during last nights debate. For many debate watchers, this moment probably went right over their heads; however, I saw another moment of contrast that simply should not be … Continue reading

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