Monthly Archives: May 2012

Vampire Capitalism

Rick Perry probably did more to help the Obama campaign by coining the phrase ‘vulture capitalism’ than anything the Obama campaign could have done. Actually, he didn’t coin the phrase but he did introduce it into the public arena during … Continue reading

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And the Republican Nominee For President of the United States is…Ron Paul! Wait…What?!?

Ron Paul? You gotta be kidding, right? Actually, no. It could very well happen according to the nominating rules of the Republican National Committee. While the rest of the nation has been focused on the cat fight between Romney, Santorum, … Continue reading

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Requiem for the Job Creators

It’s an endless refrain. If only the wealthy had the resources, they could stimulate the economy by investing in new business and hiring workers to satisfy consumer demand. There’s just one glaring problem with this scenario; consumer demand decreases in … Continue reading

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Bracketing the General Presidential Election

The Republican Primary is effectively over as first Rick Santorum and then Newt Gingrich finally threw in the towel and suspended their campaigns. ┬áThe outcome was pretty much as expected with Mitt Romney being the presumptive challenger to President Obama … Continue reading

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A Word on Mother’s Day

I’ve never been one for ceremony. I normally eschew holidays such as Mother’s day or Valentine’s day as attempts to sell greeting cards or flowers. But I caught the tail end of Reverend Al Sharpton’s show on MSNBC the other … Continue reading

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