Monthly Archives: January 2011

How Obama is making the Depression Worse

When Obama stepped into the Oval Office, the train was  on shaky footing threatening  a full derailment because of the horrible governmental and financial mismanagement  of the previous 10 years, both in the waning Clinton term and the debacle of … Continue reading

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Why Big Ag Has No Future

I blog when I have something useful to say. For that reason I sometimes go long periods of no posts. Here is a stunning picture of a topic near and dear to my heart. The picture c/o National Geographic and … Continue reading

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Davos 2011 vs the SOTU

Now that America’s  annual irrelevant recitation of platitudes and clich├ęs in the SOTU is over in DC, I need to clue you in on where the real party  is jumping. I am referring to the World Economic Forum being held … Continue reading

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Latest News from the Auld Sod

     I generally only blog when events merit and on January 18, we had one of those events. The news  from Ireland was simply stunning.  It seems that the building pictured above which looks more like a parking garage than … Continue reading

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Beware the Parabola

 This overlong post has been churning in my Kitchenaid brain machine for some time and I couldn’t find my way clear to post it as a series because I feel the interrelatedness of the concepts demanded a coherent single post. … Continue reading

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Abandon hope all ye who enter here

This of course is the inscription for all who are entering hell in Dante’s Divine Comedy. But there is nothing comical about President  Obama’s deliberations over who should replace Larry “Lucifer” Summers as White House Director of the Council of … Continue reading

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