Category Archives: inter-generational plunder

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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Building a Conservative Brand Promotes Mental Health

Yesterday’s Republican victories seem largely attributable to profound disappointment in Obama and the Obama policies. Unless we want to field candidates who are the lesser of two evils, it is high time for the Republicans to build a positive conservative … 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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Giving Our Government Too Much Power

“We give our government too much power over the direction of our lives. Do we really want such an uncertain impoverished future?” – Lisa Miller In recent decades personal responsibility seems to have atrophied. We seem more inclined to giving … Continue reading

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