Monthly Archives: September 2010

Chin Up – Tyler Cowen on Recession and Recovery

So, what should a family do with their personal finances? In my opinion, there is no need to panic or delay your life. Simply, simplify. Secondly, plan the life you always wanted. Continue reading

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From Investment to Speculation to Gambling to, Just Plain, Fraud.

First of all, I do recognize that this story is from November 2008.  I also recognize that the investigative report is from a Canadian news service.   The news service does at excellent job at describing this event.  That is … Continue reading

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Do you know a student who could benefit?

The Institute of Humane Studies is now accepting applications for our Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program, a ten-week internship and training opportunity. January 31, 2010 deadline
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David Loeper Talks About Stock Dividends

I do love a well reasoned argument. David Loeper, once again, gives us a well reasoned argument to think about. Continue reading

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Harlan Ellison – Happy And Saying Goodbye

“I have led a magical life. I have led exactly the life I would wish to lead. I have led the life I guess that everybody in their heart of hearts wants to lead.” Continue reading

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I.O.U.S.A. – The Movie Review

Have you ever really wanted to understand the national debt? This movie does such a great job at explaining the challenges the United States is currently facing. Continue reading

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Mario Rizzo Comments on “The Second Austrian Moment”

Austrians failed to carry the debate within the economics profession and among the public intellectuals and economic historians after the Great Depression. Will they once again? Continue reading

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