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Category: Economics

The Cultural Importance of the Creative Entrepreneur

November 20, 2015 |

It goes without saying that the “creative industries” consisting of Film-making, Music, and Video Gaming have provided billions of dollars to the US economy, but their impact extends beyond simply providing jobs.They drive “The Culture”. These industries are affected by … Read More

The Public Education System: When does the useful learning take place?

November 17, 2015 |

I was watching the “second-tier” 2016 Republican Presidential debates on Fox Business Channel, and something jumped out at me that was said by former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, and former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, Rick Santorum. They were both being … Read More

2nd Generation Fast Food Worker? Where’s Calvin?!?!

November 10, 2015 |

One of my all-time favorite movies is the 1988 classic comedy, “COMING TO AMERICA”, starring Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall. Like many other folks, I can pretty much quote virtually every line in the whole movie. The way my mind … Read More

Personal Responsibility: Going from Fat-to-Fit = From Leftist-to-Conservative.

October 22, 2015 |

I was checking out a few articles about getting back in shape, and I ran across this particular story that was really interesting to me.  Linda Andrew is a Ghanian born American who decided to take control of her own … Read More

D.C. Mayor proves that Democrats love spending, for spending’s sake.

September 25, 2015 |

I recently saw an article in the Daily Caller about a spending bill from the Mayor of Washington D.C., Muriel Bowser, and it reminded me of a famous “quip” from someone I call, THAT DUDE, THE TEACHER.  Milton Friedman was awarded … Read More

Mighty Joe Clark vs. The Educational Industrial Complex

August 1, 2015 | 1

I was just watching this clip from the 1989 movie LEAN ON ME, where Principal Joe Clark addresses the parents of the approximately 300 students, that he had just thrown out of the school, and it got me thinking about … Read More

A Time For Choosing: Why we need the “Liberty Amendments” in 2016.

July 8, 2015 | 1

Way back on October 27, 1964, a former actor, and former spokesperson for the General Electric corporation, was chosen to give a speech during a pre-recorded television program called “Rendezvous with Destiny”. The speech, which was called “A Time For … Read More

ECON 101: How much is something worth?

June 5, 2015 |

I recently saw an article (and shared on the UA Facebook Page) about how this luxury home in Hawaii called “Water Falling Estate”, (which was loosely designed on the “Fallingwater” home in Mill Run, PA designed by world famous architect, … Read More

Should poor “African-Americans” simply leave the cities?

June 2, 2015 |

While perusing the Wall Street Journal online, I came across this article by William McGurn, entitled, “Best Poverty Cure: Escape From Baltimore”. Mr. McGurn started out by saying:

“Of all the ‘solutions’ for post-riot Baltimore, the best—at least for African-Americans … Read More

A Twitter pic may tell “A Story”, but what about “THE Story”?

April 29, 2015 |

Sooooooooo, my phone started blowing up because of Twitter notifications, and it was rather surprising, because I am not very active on Twitter at all. When I took a look, I saw that I have been tagged in a conversation … Read More

If you are “poor”, what are you entitled to?

April 8, 2015 | 3

When I was a child (there’s a hint), of around 13 years old, Jordache Jeans were one of the hottest brands going!!

I am grateful to my parents, because looking back, I never lacked for anything growing up. I … Read More