Category Archives: inter-generational equity

National Child Abuse Month: Inter-generational Plunder?

April is National Child Abuse Month, and I am asking my friends to do three things: (1) think of deficit spending as fiscal child abuse, (2) get the term “inter…-generational equity” into the conversation and (3) hold elected representatives to … Continue reading

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Is Steve Rattner Inclined to Exploit Unsuspecting Children?

If one were searching around for a philosophical hot button, a focus on politicians and pundits who enable those who¬†exploit unsuspecting children would be a good candidate. Steve Rattner’s praise for Cash-For-Clunkers on Morning Joe today totally disregards the fact … Continue reading

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Deficit Spending and Inter-generational Equity

Spending more money than we have (i.e., deficit spending) in imprudent behavior — whether it be a family or a country. It can only be accomplished by borrowing money that subsequent generations will be required to pay back. “Deficits mean … Continue reading

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