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Category: Economics

  • The Only Part of the Equation that Ron Paul is Missing

    Ron Paul is correct that gold is important. It’s very important. The only part of the equation that Ron Paul is missing is the demand for money. Inflation is caused by two factors: how much money is printed and how much demand there is for money (growth increases the demand) If you had enough growth […]

  • The Reason for the Internet Connectivity Problem

    I was just listening to TWiT and they were having this discussion about the internet connectivity problem, the fact that we have a duopoly of telco and cable controlling it and now threatening bandwidth caps that could effect the coming consumption of video streaming that is coming online with Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and the advent […]

  • Advice from the Better Business Bureau concerning the 2010 Census

      2010 Census   With the U.S. Census process beginning, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises people to be cooperative, but cautious, so as not to become a victim of fraud or identity theft. The first phase of the 2010 U.S. Census is under way as workers have begun verifying the addresses of households across […]

  • The Unnatural Phenomenon of Inflation

    Today on CNBC they said one could make a pile of money if one could guess when they would raise rates again. This highlights one of the biggest atrocities in the World’s economic system. Trillions of dollars are tied up in the currency futures, hedging the wild swings in the value of currency, trillions that […]

  • You Go, Blanche Lincoln!

    3 Democrats Could Block Health Bill in Senate – NyTimes.com United States Senator Blanche Lincoln 355 Dirksen Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C.  20515 Office:  202-224-4843; Fax:  202-228-1371. Hi, I want to go on record as supporting Sen. Lincoln in being AGAINST the Health Care Bill. I believe real Health Care reform could be accomplished by […]

  • The Health Care Reform Act of 2009

    Article 1 The Health Insurance Industries’ exemption from the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890 is hereby revoked. All citizens of the United States shall not be barred from purchasing Health Insurance from any company or individual, foreign or domestic. All policies may be written in any manner, for any amount, with any provisions the contractor chooses […]