Tag Archives: Dr. Fisher

Shut It Down?

Though many oppose the current shut down of government, it should be a time of reflection about what is the rightful place of government in our economic lives instead of the bemoaning of a loss of entitlements.  Of course since my checks … Continue reading

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–TRICK or TREAT–

STORM CLOUDS Election Process  Not that an October Surprise wasn’t expected for the 2012 election cycle, just not as an act of nature.  Republicans and Democrats may have seen their theoretical advantages swept away on Sandy’s tides.   Ironically in visiting those swamped by the sea … Continue reading

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Obama Shrugged, The First Four Years

In the new movie, Atlas Shrugged, Part II based on her novel of a similar title, Ayn Ryan makes an interesting proposal that in giving folks “a fair share philosophy” requiring a redistribution of wealth, the constitution is side stepped, capitalism is … Continue reading

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47%, CAN WE STAND THE TRUTH?

In a supposed hidden fund raising video from the politics of gotcha, the Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney is captured noting that “There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what.” According to … Continue reading

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Dr. Ada Fisher’s Response Concerning the YouTube Video: Corruption at the RNC Convention

I sent Dr. Fisher the following email based on the YouTube video concerning Rule 16 at the RNC convention: Dr. Fisher, I received this information concerning Rule 16 at the convention. Since you are mentioned in the summary on YouTube, … Continue reading

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USA’s Educational Debt Sleights of Hands

President Obama and Congress’s move to decrease the length of time students are obligated to repay federal financial aid thereby actually decreasing their amount owed is wrong!  As one who borrowed over $50,000 to go to medical school with the caveat … Continue reading

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Health Care’s Legal Drug Deals on Legitimate Medicines

I repeatedly cringe when I hear politicians talk about the corruption in the way medicines are patented, made, dispensed and regulated as if they aren’t part of the problem. The regulations in place regarding medicines are keeping or delaying the … Continue reading

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It’s not just the economy and jobs, it’s about foreign policy

While others argue over the Obama Administration’s lack of success on the economy and jobs, I would argue its biggest failing is a cogent foreign policy.  The crumbling of the economy of Greece followed by the shakiness of Spain is … Continue reading

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Budget Deficit Smoke and Mirrors Crisis Deferment

Try telling my banker that since I can’t repay my mortgage he should simply raise my debt limit without revenues to cover this or that I can continue my present level of spending and meet my obligations. To suggest an … Continue reading

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Fixing/Saving/Reforming Social Security

Part of fixing the economy must involve dealing realistically with Social Security.  Many on both sides of the political aisle want to make it more complicated than it really is. Though today Social Security is paying out more than it … Continue reading

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