Monthly Archives: February 2011

William Blake- Lunatic

William Blake held only one exhibition during his lifetime, receiving only one review which concluded that he was “an unfortunate lunatic”. Continue reading

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Steve Davies: The Decline of Classical Liberalism

Dr. Steve Davies gives two lectures on the decline of classical liberal ideas. Continue reading

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Wisconsin, Budgets and Unions of the State: Myths, Facts and Diatribe

As you have heard by now: My beer-drinking cheese-eating home state is getting national media attention that for once has nothing to do with the Green Bay Packers.   Newly-elected Governor Scott Walker is attempting to strip state government employees of … Continue reading

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Reinhart and Rogoff- The Forgotten History of Domestic Debt

(Reinhart and Rogoff) findings here on debt sustainability, sovereign defaults, the temptation to inflate, and the hierarchy of creditors only scratch the surface of what the domestic public debt data can reveal. Continue reading

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U.S. Debt – Antony Davies’ Dismal Display

Duquesne University Professor Antony Davies attempts to prove the term dismal science still has meaning in the economics department. Continue reading

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Ayn Rand’s Play, The Night of January 16th

Karen Andre stands trial, accused of murdering her employer and lover. In an unusual twist, a jury composed of audience members will decide her fate at the end of the play. Continue reading

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Can We Be Objective?

When any person invests time to learning a subject, they risk giving up their objectivity to reviewing their findings. The only thing I can do is to pledge to my clients that if I find a better way, that I will allow myself to have the integrity to share my revelation.
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