by Bob Adelmann | 3:38 pm, November 7, 2012
Reynolds has a blind spot, and as a result promotes a myth.
by Bob Adelmann | 11:53 am, March 14, 2012
The conscious decision by the state government to stay out of the way of the free market is now being rewarded in many different ways, including budget surpluses, investments in “infrastructure” and best of all, a great step forward in energy independence for the country. Mr. Obama, are you watching this?
by Bob Adelmann | 3:19 pm, March 9, 2012
The reason this guy got away with this for so long is that he was simply buying off people to look the other way. Those people sold out in hopes that Stanford would hire them once they left the regulatory agency. Sweet deal for everyone except Stanford’s customers who assumed, since the regulators were quiet, that everything was A-OK.
by Bob Adelmann | 2:11 pm, February 17, 2012
This is pure politics, plain and simple: put it off for as long as possible and then, maybe it will disappear altogether. Or at least until after the next election when the landscape could be altered significantly – in favor of the banks.
by Bob Adelmann | 8:11 pm, February 6, 2012
It’s awfully easy to accuse the BLS of fudging the numbers for political purposes, especially since an improving economy is likely to improve Obama’s chances for a second term. But honesty requires that we look more closely at those numbers.
by Bob Adelmann | 5:29 am, January 10, 2012
Here is where corporate hubris and short-sightedness force a company like Kodak to go bankrupt. The world moves much more rapidly today than it did in the past. If a player loses its focus, just for a minute it seems, it’s a goner.
by Bob Adelmann | 5:50 am, January 8, 2012
It’s good to have a reason to take a break and get away from all the bad news. Happily, there are places to go. This article looks at a few of them.
by Bob Adelmann | 5:11 am, January 7, 2012
Once again, here is another example of a big company that has figured out how to “game” the system: support the free market when they win, but run to Mother Government when the competition gets too rough.
by Bob Adelmann | 7:55 am, December 18, 2011
Of all the people who are disappointed that Trump won’t be moderating the debate (if there is one), Trump himself is probably the most disappointed. According to The Donald, “millions of people are following what I say,” and now he won’t be able to say it.
by Bob Adelmann | 12:34 pm, December 13, 2011
I guess the students in his class were bored, or something, and just needed to go on a juvenile rant over something…anything…even if they can’t express what it is exactly they’re protesting.keep looking »
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