Monthly Archives: November 2013

Financial Common Sense – Part 3

   This article completes the economic trinity titled: ” Financial Common Sense.”  Part one in this trinity dealt with the formation and bursting of the dot-com bubble of 2000-2001.  Part two dealt with the formation and bursting of the equity-housing … Continue reading

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Financial Common Sense – Part 2

   Americans might assume that the Fed learned some valuable lessons from the dot-com crash of 2000-2001.  Unfortunately instead of addressing the growing problems in the U.S. economy after the dot-com crash, the Fed chose to repeat the same failed … Continue reading

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Financial Common Sense – Part 1

   Common sense is an important characteristic that people should possess.  However, when there is an economic upturn in the economy, individuals should ask themselves some questions.  The first question should be: 1) Is this economic upturn justified?  The second … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 73

” The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who in times of great moral crises maintain their neutrality.”      Dante Alighieri

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A Wise Saying – Part 72

” Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.”    George Jean Nathan

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Teen Knockout Game Is Murder and Domestic Terrorism

   Groups of teenage thugs across the U.S. are randomly hitting innocent and defenseless individuals and posting their criminal acts on videos that can sometimes be viewed on the internet.  In New York these mindless attacks have frequently targeted Jewish citizens. … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 71

” The death of democracy is not likely to be an assassination from ambush.  It will be a slow extinction from apathy, indifference, and undernourishment. ”        Robert Hutchins

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Contacting the Devil – The Deep Web

   During the late 1960’s, I was finishing my B.A. Degree and decided to take an elective course in computer programming.  At this time there were no personal computers (PC’s) and I had to “type” my programs onto IBM “punch … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 70

   ” For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong. ”   H.L. Mencken

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A Wise Saying – Part 69

” Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance. ”  H.L. Mencken

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