You’ve probably heard the old slogan, “He was like a kid in a candy store”. One of the online Dictionaries suggests that it means “A state of utter fascination, with many good or tempting things all around you”. Continue reading “Kid in a candy store”
The minimum wage is forever being hauled out for examination – raise it and help family breadwinners out of poverty.
The facts show, however, that only a very small number of minimum wage earners are the main family breadwinner and that raising the minimum wage (recently up 41%), causes lower teen employment (recently down 2.5% or 114,400 fewer teen jobs)! Continue reading “Cut youth unemployment”
I studied economics in college. I always found myself questioning Keynes but loving what I heard from Milton Friedman whose quotes are many and thought provoking. Here is a version of one he gave us on spending money. Continue reading “Four ways to spend money”
The issues are important, and while you are an intelligent person and plenty capable, you’re busy and not sure you can devote the necessary time to the issue but… you want to handle the issues the best possible way. So, you hire an attorney, have a conference, talk to them about the issues and ask them…