Category Archives: Labor vs Innovation

How the world knows Xi’s problem is Internal, Xi is telling us so…

How the world knows Xi’s problem is Internal, Xi is telling us so… When people lie, even dictators and/or communist leaders, or leaders from places where contradictory data is either scarce or suppressed, sometimes you can see the lie right … Continue reading

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The Democrats DO have a plan

The Democrats DO have a plan As you Faithful Five know, Trump has potentially switched the Marginal propensity lever inside the world’s investors — which could ignite a productivity and profit boom — but if Congress does not act, on … Continue reading

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Why I am in a good mood lately…

Why I am in a good mood lately… I’ve been worried about some things, admittedly far beyond my influence, for a number of years. Now you might ask, with things such as they are in the world, would I suddenly … Continue reading

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My friend went in to Burger King

My friend went in to Burger King So, I walked in with him. He walked up, ordered off touchscreens without talking to anyone and then picked up his perfectly prepared, perfectly customized sandwich. So how do you like this? I … 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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