Tag: congress

Regulatory Climate is the True Culprit.

I have written in prior posts on the benefits of reducing a regulatory environment to promote business, and still stand on the assertion that for every bill passed into law by congress and a capitulating Presidential signature, there are several…

Word of the day…

Stupid.  yes..  S.T. OOPID Most dictionaries agree that it is an Adjective, and that the definitions including “lacking ordinary quickness and keenness of mind; dull.” or “tediously dull, esp. due to lack of meaning or sense; inane; pointless: a stupid…

The Fear Is Real.

My wife and I don’t hunt.  At least not now, but someday we might.  We own some acreage that is wooded with a substantial part containing swamp, and yummy edible animals.  Recently we were looking for a hunting rifle, and…

Little Things at the Right Time.

First off, break out the popcorn, fluff up the easy chair, and have it ready to be watching the local PBS affiliate at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, October 19th.  Jack Hoogendyk and the original “Senator Government” Carl Levin will square off…

Its Just Your Money..

Jack McHugh as usual, reveals a little needed historical perspective in his recent writings.  Louis Rukeyser wallstreet commenter had a pretty decent take on the market crash of 1987 and rightly pointed out what should be patently obvious to any…