May 2011

12 posts in May 2011

A 62% Top Tax Rate?

May 31, 2011, by Manarin Investment Counsel

Stephen Moore of the Wall Street Journal examines the math behind all of Obama’s tax increases. Click Here to read more.

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Can we save Medicare?

May 27, 2011, by Dave Blair

Medicare is in trouble. Does Washington have the right answers to save it? Click Here for more.

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The New Normal

May 23, 2011, by Roland Manarin

We all remember the doomsday prophets from three years ago. Predictions were dire. The then-new period of diminished returns was referred to as “the new normal”; but just how accurate was that claim? Reprinted with permission from the Tillman Stock and Bond Hotline For: Thursday, May 12, 2011 (800) 219-1333.      We want…

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Friday Fun

May 20, 2011, by Roland Manarin

It’s time for a little Friday Fun! F. A. Hayek and John Maynard Keynes slug it out in the ultimate battle of Keynesian vs Austrian economics. Have a great weekend everyone! Fear the Boom and Bust Round II: Fight of the Century

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Right to work or right to stifle a free economy?

May 18, 2011, by Manarin Investment Counsel

If you had a choice to open a business with workers who are known to strike and cost you billions of dollars, or open a business in an area where you can hire more people to be part of a stable workforce that doesn’t hinder production, which would you choose? According to a complaint filed…

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If supermarkets were like schools

May 17, 2011, by Dave Blair

Just how fair is the educational system in this country? Donald Boudreaux from the Wall Street Journal draws this clever analogy that just might leave you with a new perspective.

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