Economics

The Power of a Mission—why it is so important to see Bill, Stephen, Randy and Al

Tweet In a world where the promises are considerably overstated at every turn it is hard to believe in a genuine cause, in genuine people and a genuine company. We hope and then are let down because the promise of something grand and something beautiful never happens. “Once in a lifetime opportunities” are fueled by […]

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Where are the Avengers when you need them?

Tweet Our nation is in a national crisis. I am not talking about the economic crisis as almost everyone in the country is fully aware of our abysmal economic climate. I am not talking about the moral climate where cheating and dishonesty are commonly practiced, where sexual perversion is the norm and where the concern […]

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The World is Changing–Important Aspects of the upcoming election

Tweet With one week before the Presidential Election in the U.S. I have some important things that I need to share. These things may cause you to think twice about the decisions you make in the next week. (I apologize ahead of time if this isn’t completely coherent in its flow but I am in […]

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Will our short-sightedness destroy us?

Tweet The US economy almost seems like a beacon of hope in a troubled world at the moment. However, anyone who has looked at it carefully knows that the inevitable (nearly inevitable anyhow) is coming. When we propped up our economy in 2008 and 2009 we began the process of prolonging and intensifying the probable […]

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Uncertain Economic Future—There may be some answers

Tweet How much do the experts know?   I spend a fair amount of time reading about the current nature of the world’s economy and it strikes me as almost humorous that it doesn’t appear as if any of the “experts” really know what is happening or what is coming.   It is in these […]

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The State of Our Money and US Economy

Tweet A couple of facts as we know them:   1. The US Dept. of the Treasury Bureau of Engraving and Printing states it has printed $239,648,000,000 in the fiscal year 2010.   They claim they printed about 974 million/day. This means that they took about 10 days off per month…which corresponds to normal holidays […]

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