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Voter Fraud

re: voter qualifications (dead or alive). The solution is to insure that anything that can be decided by less than 50M+1 voters overriding the desires of 50M-1, is. We should disestablish the central (which is now so different it appears … Continue reading

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Can We Borrow Our Way To Recovery?

re: (borrowing and) spending as stimulus.. Fallows (and Krugman, etc.) miss the elephant in the room. China is spending from its rainy-day-fund. Japan essentially did the same (since it required its citizens to bank their savings with the government post-office). … Continue reading

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Can These Parties Be Saved?

re: Denninger. See: http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=170005 His point is ruling from the center is hopeless since spending 10B$ a day and directing others (us) how to spend another 10B$ a day (limiting the market and our free-choice by regulation and litigation) is … Continue reading

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Intel Fab (was China Rising)

re: recent Intel announcement (for 22nm). Correct, Intel current 22nm work will stay in the U.S. What’s frightening is it was even a close call and in the end was an executive override of a consensus analysis of what arguably … Continue reading

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China Rising Video

As in “The U.S. Now Works For Us” (because we lost our faith in the free market while China was encouraging theirs). Yowsa. That youtube video is going to leave a mark. China already is more capitalistic in many ways … Continue reading

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Defunding NPR

Re: publicly funded means more accountability (or not) wrt Juan Williams (?) Should we defund NPR? Turns out this is not what’s needed. I can’t find the cite on the big business that non-profit radio (and TV) have become as … Continue reading

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Our Bankrupt (Federal, State, Local) Governments

Re: should we punish the profligate communities? Reflect on WW2 when the last enemy was vanquished. We didn’t crush the citizens there under our boots, rather we lent them a helping hand. I think the same will be needed for … Continue reading

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