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Taking the Plunge After Cutting the Cord

Monday, May 27th, 2013, by

This holiday weekend has me thinking about the vastly different world we are passing on to our children and grandchildren. The question that was asked of young men in my generation was…”what branch of the military did you serve in?”.  Since the draft was abolished forty years ago, the question has no real meaning today.  […]

The Inefficiencies of the Efficient Markey Theory

Saturday, May 18th, 2013, by

The Nobel Prize committee may be having second thoughts on all the prizes awarded to economists these past several decades. And while we are on the topic, let’s remember that there are Nobel Prizes awarded in areas where scientific discovery is justified. I’m thinking of the prizes in medicine, physics and mathematics. But then we […]