In history class, I distinctly remember talking about tariffs. It’s usually something you learn about first especially in American history. The American revolutionaries were unhappy with the tariffs being put on their exports by the British. This is what the revolution started over to a degree. You might not remember what a tariff or tariffs… Read More Tariffs: America’s Oldest Tax Plan Revisited
The most dreaded time of year is when everyone must file their taxes. Taxes are certain like death. Taxes are a necessary evil. To many people it seems that our taxes do very little for our own interests. Taxes are supposed to help the people who pay them but rather they seem to help special… Read More Economic Series Part 2: Government Budget: Taxation and Spending
I find this holiday of Memorial Day to be quite interesting from historical to modern context. Usually, since I was a kid in cub scouts, I walked in our small town’s memorial day parade. I participated in the wreath ceremony at our big cemetery. Then my family would go home and have a classic American… Read More Memorial Day–An excuse to BBQ?
Its occurred to me on multiple occasions that politicians seem to lack any sort of intelligence in regards to economics. My last post was a heated detest of Trump’s printing money comments. I scathingly scold him for being so stupid about messing with our currency and debt. Trump’s comment literally make me think that candidates… Read More Economic Intelligence: Politicans Lack it
If you have not heard yet, the 2016 campaign has taken a strange twist since this past Tuesday. Both Ted Cruz and John Kaisch have dropped out of the race! No, Trump didn’t deport them. However, this paves the way for Trump become the presumptive nominee barring any convention chaos. One of my very first… Read More Source of Power!
When the thirteen colonies declared Independence from Britain on July 4, 1776, one thing they listed for a reason was because of unfair taxation. Among other things the British crown did to the colonies, the taxes seem to draw the most ire. The founding fathers understood the lunacy of taking orders and paying for the… Read More Short Post: The case against more taxation