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I am a proponent of employee rights, but the principle of government mandating more aspects of private enterprise, especially on a local basis, is contrary to our system of capitalism. The foundation of America is free enterprise. If it is manipulated by government, it will fail.
We now have the global economy that everyone thought they wanted back in the 80s. This causes an equilibration, i.e., as the quality of life here in the US decreases, the quality of life in China, for example, increases. The fallacy of the many stimulus money drops and quantitative easing is that the funds go to the la...more
Government employees, Social Security Recipients, Unemployed, Welfare, Medicare, State Aid Programs, and all other entitlement beneficiaries will vote to keep their money flowing. As these programs increase, the sum of these entitlement beneficiaries will become the voting majority.
This is the greatest risk to capita...more
The insurance business is highly competitive. Each dollar times one million policies is significant, just as savings on claims is more significant. These are highly tuned companies, set up to maximize profits. Your agent may be a nice person, but your premiums are determined by an underwriter, which your agent has no c...more
Whatever the speed or wherever we drive, traffic can stop instantly. Interstate driving in a suburban area is especially dangerous, where vehicles can go from 60 to a dead stop in a matter of seconds. I find that drivers who become accustomed to driving in traffic at slower speeds, are trained to focus on the area im...more
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