Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

Who wants to be a president; the President of the United States? Social Security reform is the winning ticket. Research supports the thesis that Social Security reform would provide all the lubrication necessary to get our economic ball bearings rolling in the right direction. Economies do not grow, or increase employment, when job providers are… Continue reading Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

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Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

Who wants to be a president; the President of the United States? Social Security reform is the winning ticket. Research supports the thesis that Social Security reform would provide all the lubrication necessary to get our economic ball bearings rolling in the right direction. Economies do not grow, or increase employment, when job providers are… Continue reading Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

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Home Renovation – The Bad Economy and “Rogue Contractors”

  With the economy in the dumper and new commercial construction virtually non-existent a good many subcontractors and construction laborers are likely to consider becoming residential renovation contractors. Historically a large percentage of residential renovation contractors are unqualified, inexperienced and underfunded even in a good market. Most subcontractors who have made their living in their… Continue reading Home Renovation – The Bad Economy and “Rogue Contractors”

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Recession – Past, Present, And Politics

Though the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has yet to classify the current economic slump as a “recession,” most commentators would agree that the economy is heading in that direction. Martin Feldstein, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, recently noted that, “we have been sliding into recession [and]…I think it could go on longer… Continue reading Recession – Past, Present, And Politics

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Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

Who wants to be a president; the President of the United States? Social Security reform is the winning ticket. Research supports the thesis that Social Security reform would provide all the lubrication necessary to get our economic ball bearings rolling in the right direction. Economies do not grow, or increase employment, when job providers are… Continue reading Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

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How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems

One and a half hours is my usual commute time to my current work place. It takes forty-five miles to get there. During winter storm it takes much, much longer… I certainly have enough time to listen to the Boston Public Radio (WBUR station), and my thoughts usually start with “WHY are we all sitting… Continue reading How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems

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Spirituality and Politics

pirituality is simply what comes from within. What feels right for us, and that comes primarily from understanding who we are. There are things that feel right for us, things that don’t, things we want and things don’t want. Living spiritually does not mean sitting on a mountain top meditating, or divorcing ourselves from the… Continue reading Spirituality and Politics

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Ethnicity Syndrome and Political Nationalism in Nigeria

Nigeria, the Giant of Africa, can boast of her salient Political Nationalists. They are sometimes called “Freedomites”. Most of our children in Schools are constantly reminded of their heroic deeds. But their evil deeds are often neglected. In fact, this article will argue that they all had an Ethnicity Syndrome, through the Tripartition policy of… Continue reading Ethnicity Syndrome and Political Nationalism in Nigeria

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2008 – Russia’s Legal and Political Climate

The Russian Federation has their capital located in Moscow, one of the world’s most corrupt cities. Although the chief of state is President Dimitri Mendeleev, many people believe that the real power lies with former president and head of government Premier Vladimir Putin. Presidential elections are held every four years and there is no VP.… Continue reading 2008 – Russia’s Legal and Political Climate

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