Monthly Archives: November 2010

Moron money

I have written about money, trying to make it understandable to folks.  I hope I succeeded, have a look and let me know. John Mauldin publishes a weekly email, and it is well worth reading.  John’s independent thinking and writing, … Continue reading

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Milton Freedman defending Capitalism and individual interest

Milton Freedman defending self interest in the 1970’s.  What was true then is even more apparently true now, and the question of who rewards virtue is key.

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Let’s start from the very beginning

I read a funny piece in Maclean’s about the lack of humour in Canadian politics, citing the need for a new party that could laugh at itself.  I love laughing at myself, better yet making others laugh, yes, even at, … Continue reading

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Halloween 2010 CNN: Scary kids

The other day I had happened to mention CNN and Christy had, my paraphrasing allowed, jumped in quickly: “CNN?  Scary.”  I didn’t understand, I hadn’t watched CNN in eons.

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