Monthly Archives: March 2012

Obama Wrong On Obamacare

Today, March 14, 2012, the Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the cost for Obamacare. When the law passed, Obama announced it would cost $900 billion over 10 years. Not even close! The Congressional Budget Office reported that a … Continue reading

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Debt Outgrowing US Economy

In a USA Today Newspaper article by Richard Wolf (January 8, 2012), he reported that the national debt is as big as the national economy and will grow beyond the US economy. This echoes what was reported by the United … Continue reading

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Another Failing Solar Company

ABC News Story: Abound Solar Company in Colorado, recipient of $400 million dollar load from the federal government, may go out of business. Fitch, the rating agency, gave Abound low marks which were ignored by the feds prior to the … Continue reading

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A truth!

If Warren Buffet and others wish to pay more taxes, they only have to use the short form with no deductions. Otherwise they are hypocrites.

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Obama’s None Solution

Yesterday, March 7, 2012, Obama said this at a trucking company making natural gas fueled trucks. “We need to invest in the technology that will help us use less oil in our cars and our trucks, in our buildings, in … Continue reading

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Sobering Analysis

The Wall Street Journal carried an article by Karen Damato about the analysis of demographic trends that would impact the portfolios of baby boomers. Robert D. Arnott has studied demographic trends and financial-market results for over 20 years. In light … Continue reading

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Home Solar Energy Not Worth It

We have a neighbor who is a former salesperson for a solar energy company. She commented that it takes 17 years to get back the money a person invests in solar panels for their home. This includes the subsidy given … Continue reading

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