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California Forges Ahead With Its Health-Insurance Exchange While Others Dither

State-Run Health Insurance Exchanges …which States are making progress? When did dithering equate to leadership? Never. California is not dithering and is leading the way on State-Created Healthcare Exchanges. As you all know, I am on the board of San … Continue reading

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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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The Flaw in the Medicare Voucher Concept

There are two huge flaws in the current Medicare plan as presented in the House budget and it might actually kill people. Yes, I said kill people. More to the point, the proposed voucher plan will cause some people to … Continue reading

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Rating the Political Conventions, their rhetoric and their impact on our economy

In a few weeks, I intend to measure the potential impact these candidates may have on our economy based on the specific platforms coming out of their Conventions. Don’t be fooled or lulled into thinking Conventions are simply displays of … Continue reading

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Which Presidential Candidate Will Create More U.S. Jobs

Which candidate will create more U.S. jobs? Neither can specifically claim  any factual proof they can specifically and directly create more new jobs.  Why?  President’s advocate policies but do not have a vote, only a veto.  Congress passes bills that … Continue reading

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Bonds Are Taxes, My Friends!

The public is being lied to every election day – right in front of their faces. The public is being led to believe bond debt financing is not the same as taxation. So untrue. Bonds are the most expensive form … Continue reading

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Appointed Officials have more real power in government than elected officials

I was asked for my opinion related to this question: “With the advent of term-limits in California, which politician is the most powerful?” My answer: No elected official is as powerful as some appointed authorities/officials have become. The revolving door … Continue reading

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