Monthly Archives: October 2013

Another chance to sample book of poetry

I’ve been occasionally posting one of the poems from my book, Music from Words. My hope is that some dear readers will buy one or more copies of the book. The best place to buy Music from Words is either

Republicans who say defaulting is okay are lying; reflect a “good old boy underbelly” business culture

If the topic is the potential impact of not raising the debt ceiling, how do you know whether Senators Richard Burr and Rand Paul and Representatives Justin Amash and Paul Broun are lying? Their lips are moving. All four of

Economist Stephen D. King shows lack of imagination in telling economic horror story

Stephen D. King, chief economist at HSBC and author of the recent When the Money Runs Out: The End of Western Affluence, painted a horror story as gruesome as any of his namesake in his New York Times Op/Ed article

Tea Party’s government shutdown has many parallels with Germany in late 1920s-early 1930s

A group of rich industrialists are not happy with the direction in which the country is going, so they give money to support and develop a radical party to push their agenda for smaller government and lower taxes and regulation.