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Tag Archives: Jim Davis
Some have suggested that the Second Amendment of the US Constitution gives only “A well regulated Militia” the right to bear arms. This may be because such advocates have never read the Anti-Federalists, the Founding Fathers who argued successfully for … Continue reading
1) Having the USA put in another global organization in which the USA is put in a subordinate position where we have only one vote, just like Cuba, weakens our sovereignty and options in critical national security situations. We are giving away our sovereignty bit by … Continue reading
A derivative financial instrument is a contract between two parties that specifies conditions (especially the dates, resulting values of the underlying variables, and notional amounts) under which payments, or payoffs, are to be made between the parties. For example, When … Continue reading
The Federal Reserve Bank (FED) is not technically a federally owned government central bank. It is comprised of 12 regional Federal Reserve District banks and is owned and funded by American private banks. Together the 12 district banks implement US … Continue reading
We have so much to do to get ready for the Christmas holidays. We tend to feel overwhelmed rather then step back and realize how fortunate we are. By the grace of God, we live in the USA. Even those … Continue reading
For many “Christmas is a time when kids tell Santa what they want and adults pay for it. Deficits are when adults tell the government what they want and their kids pay for it.” (Richard Lamm, former Colorado governor). Sad but true. … Continue reading
Intellectuals, the dictionary tells us, are people who use their rational intellect rather than emotion or experience to arrive at new ideas. In general they are hostile to Capitalism. Why? Capitalism has raised everyone’s standard of living, particularly that of … Continue reading
“Call it an occupational hazard, but I can’t look at the Occupy Wall Street protesters without thinking, ‘Who parented these people?’ As a culture columnist, I’ve commented on the social and political ramifications of the ‘movement’ — now known as … Continue reading
Last week on a visit to a public school, First Lady Michele Obama said, “We can affect who they (children) will be forever if they (educators) can shape their habits and preferences.” It is true and it got me to … Continue reading
Today’s column is a response to a university student in Cairo, Egypt on what caused the economic collapse in 2008. The student had read a lengthy article I had written on the subject and asked for a shorter less complicated … Continue reading
“I am for doing good for the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out … Continue reading
“If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging” suggested Will Rogers. President Obama keeps digging. To be fair, he inherited a recession caused by programs he had voted for while Senator; for example, the bank bailout. Also an overheated … Continue reading
Back from his 11 day golfing vacation on Martha’s Vineyard, President Obama will reveal his bold new plan to reduce unemployment. Last year, the President also said he would have a new jobs plan after his extended vacation on the … Continue reading
Remember the 24 hour a day media coverage of the shutting down of the Wisconsin state government when all the state Democrat Senators fled the state to avoid the new Republican majority and Governor from having a vote on reforms … Continue reading
“Giving money and power to the government is like giving car keys and whisky to teenage boys.” P.J. O’Rourke Is the USA becoming a Third World Country? Earlier this year, former Morgan Stanley Managing Director and securities analyst, Mary Meeker, … Continue reading
The government is like a baby’s alimentary canal, with a happy appetite at one end and no responsibility at the other.” Ronald Reagan The majority of the media says that the Tea Party and conservative Republicans won the debt limit … Continue reading
A fairly new very Liberal acquaintance asked me to watch the entire MSNBC Rachel Maddow show and challenged me to give evidence that something she said was not true. Being a news junkie I constantly switch channels but I rarely … Continue reading
I received some thoughtful critical comments concerning a column I wrote recently. The writer was concerned about the “influence of insurance and pharmaceutical companies on the ‘free market’ prices in health care.” Her comments were based on some common misconceptions. … Continue reading
“Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects. There is nothing so stupid as the educated man if you get him off the thing he was educated in. When ignorance gets started it knows no bounds.” Will Rogers My education was … Continue reading
Senator Jim Davis represents District 50 in the Western portion of North Carolina. He gave the following speech in Franklin, NC on July 2, 2011. I was impressed by this portion of his talk (presented below) for several reasons. … Continue reading
I once introduced the late political columnist Joseph Sobran on a CSPAN TV show. Joe remarked, “The difference between a politician and a pickpocket is that a pickpocket doesn’t always get indignant when you tell him to keep his hands … Continue reading
Should the US Congress increase the Federal government’s debt ceiling? Our media is not doing a very good job of explaining the options and probable results. Some say our government will shut down and default on our national debt if … Continue reading
Are there any responsible adult leaders in Washington, DC? It does not appear so as the President and both political parties in both legislative houses patted themselves on the back for allegedly cutting the Federal budget by $38.6 billion, i.e., … Continue reading
All politicians get elected by convincing voters they are the best choice to help improve our economic situation. If they do not understand economic cause and effect they are incompetent as elected representatives. Further distressing is that most media reporters … Continue reading