Category Archives: Cities

Spain vs Robinson

I’ve been hearing from a few disgruntled Dems that my defense of Trump is flawed and one of them (Joe), sent me Eugene Robinson’s critique of the President’s address to the joint houses of Congress last week, as evidence I … Continue reading

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I’ve fallen in love with Rome

I’ve fallen in love with Rome… The $64,000 question for economists, politicians and business leaders is all the same one; how to create high real gdp growth (5%+) without excessive debt, excessive environmental damage and/or war. The following theory is … Continue reading

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Why Regulations are definitely a factor in the decline of Entrepreneurship

Regulations are definitely a factor. Small businesses, (how most new ones start out), simply can’t keep up with the paperwork required by law today. I would list all the stupid regulations and taxes and filing requirements, but it would bore … Continue reading

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What is an entrepreneur and why are they valuable?

By Karl Spain As an entrepreneur, having started over 30 businesses, and run them, in all shapes and sizes, from a chain of six daily newspapers to an IT company working for Tommy Hilfiger in NYC, from companies with one … Continue reading

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