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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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Dude, Where’s My Talking Point?

Dude, where is my talking point? I look here … I looked there but it appears I may have lost my talking point – have you seen it? For the last 12 months, the current administration has been pilloried for … Continue reading

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4 Years Later, Is America Better Off?

4 years ago, America made a decision to elect a President. How did we do? Are we better off? Are we worse off? I’m a business guy so I like measuring things related to performance. Like many, I tend to … Continue reading

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Tax Policies and Redistribution: What Does History Tell Us?

Do tax policies really matter when it comes to economic growth, job-creation, government debt, government spending, and wealth creation? Yes. I believe tax policies do matter and we have history to provide instructive data as proof. Since our progressive tax … Continue reading

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Keystone Pipeline’s Approval is Imminent

Check your calendars ’cause the Keystone Pipeline is getting approved before you know it. If you looked at the original impetus for quick approval of the pipeline over a year ago, you recall the reasons for denial from the Administration: … Continue reading

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Who Moved Your Cheese?

Someone moved our cheese, as the book says. America is not accustomed to weak performance. We need to remind ourselves that our ultimate journey may never be complete yet we make the trip anyway because it is our destiny to … Continue reading

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Observations From the Two Conventions

I just finished watching the Democratic Convention. I also have begun to pull my notes from the Republican convention. I am a political junkie and I simply love our system of representative government. We own this country and direct democracy … Continue reading

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