Tag Archives: Economics

Step 7: Long-Term Economic Viability at Home

After a mere six weeks of hiatus from our far-from-legendary-but-still-interesting (at least to me) discussion about how to win the war on terror, I would like to return to the topic with step 7.  It’s interesting to me (certainly not … Continue reading

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Why are Gas Prices Coming Down?

Gas prices are dropping!  Woohoo!  No complaints here.  In fact, I’ve already begun to feel the weekly cost difference, and what a sharp contrast since the post I made a month ago about how insane prices had gotten.  So, my … Continue reading

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Taxes … Ah, Taxes ….

This’ll be fun… So let’s talk taxes.  Discussions about economics always seem to lead to discussions about taxes, which in itself says something.  Seems like taxes should be “invisible” — in that people don’t really spend too much time dwelling … Continue reading

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I’m sick of funding terrorists!

The other day, I filled up both my cars with gas on the same morning.  They were both at a quarter tank, and it took over $92 to fill them both up.  I’ve known for a while that we’ve been … Continue reading

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Contrasting Economic Visions

This morning on the way to an appointment, I was listening to Bill O’Reilly‘s Radio Factor podcast from 7/18 (I’m a little behind), and the topic of the second hour was welfare and the 10th anniversary of the 1996 welfare … Continue reading

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