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Anthony -In general I disagree with most of your articles, but I really think that you changed your tune with this one. As you state, its going to take movement and cooperation from both sides of the coin to fix the problems all of us face. Unfortunately the loudest are the most polarized, and the moderates lack true l...more
I'll agree that canned beans and boxes of broth make it into my pantry - but canned corn? The price is identical to fresh, even with the increases in corn lately. Generally 2/$1 for fresh or .99 or 1.29 for a can (in my market). Canned tomatoes I've tended to stay away from because of the BPA liners - apparently the...more
Recommending canned food as a way to save money over restaurants is silly. There are millions of meals that can be made with little prep and light cooking with fresh ingredients. Lets face it - part of why we love going out to eat is the cuisine and the options. Take some time to peruse a cooking magazine - and do s...more
Capital Gains should be taxed more fairly. Yes, the money you are risking to make more money has already been taxed. However, that money you are risking will NEVER be taxed again as Capital Gains. You are only taxed on Gains that you make (not the investment amount). This rate is 0% or 15% based upon your ordinary ...more
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