Okun’s Law; or Romer Reveals Obamanomic’s Lies
We often forget that economics is a social science and not a hard science. Sometimes it’s easy for us to think these economic ‘theories’ or ‘laws’ are immutable as the number of protons and electrons in an atom of iron. But, they do a pretty decent job of studying the past, quantifying the numbers and coming up with a viable theory that can predict future | Read More »
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Electronic Health System – Danger Danger!
Imagine all of your health records on one system, a system designed for doctors to have “easy access” to your records to “prevent duplicate health care”. If all of your health records are on one easily accessible system, all your rehabs visits, your psychiatric records, your health records at the finger tips of all the doctors, and nurses because we all know doctors will not | Read More »
Putin at Davos – warns us against Obama’s plans.
Cross posted at www.thepoliticalclass.com Putin at Davos – warns us against Obama’s plans. First and foremost I do not trust a former member of the KGB that has spent countless years placing his former KGB agents into every large Russian company. His policies have always centered around more government power. That being said his speech is interesting as basically states that we shouldn’t go | Read More »
Voters are not buying the Democrat stimulus plan
Public support for the stimulus plan being kicked around in Congress continues to erode. Results from a new Rasmussen Reports survey released today shows that only 37% of those polled now favor the Democrat’s idea of stimulus, while 43% oppose it and 20% cannot make up their minds. Just two weeks ago, 45% supported the plan. Last week, 42% favored it. Even though sixty-four percent (64%) of Democrats still | Read More »