Monthly Archives: October 2008

Have we lost credibility and how do we get it back?

Let me start by saying I believe in laissez-faire capitalism and freedom as defined by libertarians. It pains me to see “Wall Street greed” being the public discourse of the day. It pains me to see a CEO being questioned … Continue reading

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I plead you for 25 minutes of your time

As we plan the future of this nation, I implore you to simply listen to its great leaders and thinkers. Milton Friedman (July 31, 1912 – November 16, 2006) was an American Nobel Laureate economist and public intellectual. In this … Continue reading

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I’ll take the free market, please!

In my last post I favored empowering the treasury secretary, Hank Paulson, to deal with the financial crisis. This to me was the best of all bad choices available. It wasn’t a good outcome by any stretch of the imagination; … Continue reading

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