Category Archive: Classical Economics

Efficiency and its Implications

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            We can all agree that efficiency is generally a good thing, right? Efficiency is a lack of waste, a best use of the resources available (i.e. doing the best you can with… Continue reading

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The “Sequest” – inator

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In two short days the vitality and integrity of the United States Federal Government will be irreparable damaged – or so the propaganda campaign from the “respectable” media outlets are unifying saying. It… Continue reading

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Scientific Objectivity, Moral Depravity, & The Fiscal Cliff Farce

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I have memories of purely academic economic courses where the study surrounded governing policies to understand the “market forces”, “the invisible hand” argument of Adam Smith, and yes even the “downward spiral” of… Continue reading

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The Post-Industrial America

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The epoch election of my generation has passed.  I would be dishonest not to mention my overall disappointment with America’s electorate.  I very rarely become emotionally attached to one single event outside the life… Continue reading

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Price-Coordinated Economy and The Central Bank

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I have mentioned in several of my previous articles that there seems to be a whole lot of blame to go around these days, especially with Obama in the White House.  It is… Continue reading

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Tax Warfare

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Mitt Romney is a successful businessman and he has the tax returns to prove it! For this exact reason, Barack Obama’s reelection campaign is relentlessly seeking additional years of Romney’s tax records. The… Continue reading

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America The Poor?: Reflections on Poverty in America

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The past three and a half years has been the greatest recession since The Great Depression – God, I don’t know how many times I have heard that cop-out sentence. Yes, the “Global… Continue reading

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Unemployment And The Demand For Jobs

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Yesterday the United States Department of Labor released this previous week’s unemployment report, with no surprise the number rose to 365,000 with a 8,000 no-job increase. The big kicker to get out of… Continue reading

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