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How to Waste Your Money

Posted on 26. Jul, 2009 by .

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Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has a nice article called 20 Ways to Waste Your Money.  It’s an article that shows some ways to spend your money a little more wisely.  Some of the ideas have been discussed on this blog, but I found some other excellent points as well.  One point that was new to me […]

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Turning Japanese – Is the US Creating It’s Own Lost Decade?

Turning Japanese – Is the US Creating It’s Own Lost Decade?

Posted on 30. Jun, 2009 by .

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Here’s and iteresting video brought to you by Reason TV. It’s about the stock crash that Japan suffered in the late 80’s and how the current US economy mirrors that event, down to it’s reaction.

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A Feel Good Book for a Financial Crisis

Posted on 23. Jun, 2009 by .

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A lot of businesses have been getting bailout money.  One organization that won’t need any would be the Ayn Rand Institute.  Apparently the financial crisis has led to a spike in the sales of Ayn Rand’s tome Atlas Shrugged.  Be sure to pick up your copy today.

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Bailout Videos

Posted on 03. Jun, 2009 by .

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Right.org has a slew of videos about the recent bailouts.  The site is of course opposed to the bailouts.  They are accepting submissions of anti-bailout videos for a $27,599 prize.  You can also calculate your share of the government bailout.

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In Defense of Doing Nothing

Posted on 27. May, 2009 by .

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The Cato Institute recently released a text of a speech by Jeffrey Miron entitled “In Defense of Doing Nothing“ about the recent government bailouts.  Miron is a fellow at the Cato Institute and a professor of economics at Harvard University.  In his speech he makes the case that the bailout are the wrong course for […]

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