Posts Tagged ‘ FDR ’

“If you like your inflation, you can keep your inflation”

January 22, 2022
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Tuesday morning, the Fox and Friends morning show played a compilation of a few of then candidate Joe Biden’s statements while on the campaign trail seeking the office he now holds. While I knew he’d promised a lot to those unsuspecting voters who thought he would be calm, rational, unifying “Uncle Joe”, it really...

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Will we never learn?

December 11, 2021
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This past week marked the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor what is known to history as the “Date which will live in infamy.” This coming week marks the 77th anniversary of the beginning of Hitler’s Ardennes offensive known to history as the Battle of the Bulge. Two battles three years...

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From FDR’s “New Deal” to Obama’s “Drowning in Debt”

January 24, 2016
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From FDR’s “New Deal” to Obama’s “Drowning in Debt”

30 miles southeast of Las Vegas is a little thing we call Hoover Dam.  2,000 miles to the East is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 700 miles North East of it, the Lincoln Tunnel and 2,900 miles back to the West, a Golden Gate spans San Francisco Bay. Scattered between these purely American...

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