Yearly Archives: 2010

End the Tax Cuts for Wealthy

I’m no economist but I’m a small business owner. Company profits pass to my personal return. If the company makes more money, taxes increase AND profits, too. If I reinvest profits (expansion and jobs), it’s an expense and I pay … Continue reading

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Greed 101

The problem must start in the schools. Is it all the scholarly business schools, Harvard, Wharton, etc, that teach the idea of greed til the well dries up? In business, I always believed the customer comes first. Look at any … Continue reading

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Lower Medicaid costs with Food Stamp Rules

Let’s make a change to help the needy get healthier and save money in the process. Food Stamps should only be used for fresh fruit and vegetables and meat, chicken and fish. Nothing else. No canned foods, no processed foods, … Continue reading

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Value of Vertebrae

So many people overlook the major importance of the vertebrae, those oddly shaped bones of the spine. They hold us erect as the beam of our body, they allow for core muscle attachment sites, they allow movement in all directions … Continue reading

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2010

We read a lot about the evil in the world. It seems all the media want to report is negative events and twists. It’s true there is plenty, but in many people’s world, there is a balance of good and … Continue reading

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