Monthly Archives: October 2013

Happy Halloween!

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Toxic Rhetoric: What are We to Do?

“It is time to immunize our sons and daughters against the president’s psychologically toxic rhetoric, which has the capacity to destroy the self-esteem of a generation of young people.” — Dr. Keith Ablow Share on Facebook

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OCD?

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Oh Yes!!

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Politics of the Aggrieved: A Thought from Booker T. Washington

When I listen to President Obama, Jesse Jackson, and Al Sharpton, and I learn of Michael Brown’s family fighting over the profits made from T-shirts associated with his death, I think of the power of aggrieved status and the politics … Continue reading

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No More Increases in the Borrowing Limit

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Being Fooled: A Thought from Mark Twain

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Inter-generational Thievery: How Complicit are We?

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Work?: A Thought from Ashton Kutcher

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Free Economy: A Thought from Milton Friedman

“A major source of objection to a free economy is precisely that it . . . . .  gives people what they want instead of what a particular group thinks they ought to want . . . . . Underlying … Continue reading

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