Of Obsessions, Habits and Addictions

In my last blog, I said that greed has become so much of an addiction with Americans, it is impossible to see them kicking the economic habit . That thought caused me to briefly look at American’s habits, addictions and obsessions, and see how they deal with them, and how many are broken. In general, […]
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Key Players in “Scandal” Raked in Billions of Your Money

James Lieber, a lawyer who writes for The Village Voice, investigated the reasons for the global financial collapse, and identified a man named Joseph Cassano, head of AIG Financial Products in London, as the key player in “the worst financial scandal in history.” That made me curious. For example, I wondered what had happened to […]
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Pundits Fiddle with Blagojevich Scandal While Economy Burns

While the U.S. economy slips into an abyss from which it might never recover, the nation’s television screens are full of the trials and tribulations of a political hack. And in Washington, it’s party politics as usual. What will it take to make the media recognize the gravity of the situation? When will politicians in […]
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U.S. Will Remember that Republicans Opposed Economic Recovery

The people in the photo (appropriately at right) are Republicans. You might want to save the picture as it could become a historical relic. The reason? This could be the last crop of Republicans seen in the United States Congress. In future years, I expect to see Democrats and possibly a few Libertarians or members […]
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Recession Buster Solution – 1

Let’s face it! In a bad economy, many of the popular income generating approaches has  just fizzled. If you own a business or professional practice —unless you’ve lucked out and offer a product or service that is benefited by the recession —your revenue, sales…and personal income are all suffering now. But as promised, I will share […]
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