Mike’s Saturday Editorial

Public vs Private Sector Compensation: It Is Just Not Fair

The gap between public sector vs private sector  compensation is huge. Its not so much the higher wages, its the pensions. Unfunded pensions now, that ultimately the poor private sector worker will ultimately be asked to pay off with higher taxes.

…more from Michael: The 1% The Well is Dry

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They’re Still Blowing Your Money – Does Anyone Care

The latest report on Federal Government spending is damning.  Programs not designed for the people who need them – no measurement – cost benefit analysis is impossible. In other words the same problems with waste and inefficiency that have blown billions in tax dollars for decades. The question is – who cares?   

…also featured guest Danielle Park: Juggling Dynamite In Interesting Times

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The Latest From The Anti-Capitalist Crowd

Establishment economics, establishment politics and the establishment media aggravated voters prior to the US Election, and their reaction afterwards indicates that they simply don’t understand the nature of the problem.

…also from Michael: Fidel Castro dies. Justin Trudeau Issues Outrageous Statement

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The Truth – Its Time to Blow It All Up

There is so much work to be done. An example can be found in Los Angeles where the judiciary, government unions and politicians  have conspired to award a certificate for life after 2 years to 98% of teachers. Despite California students ranking at the bottom in the entire US. No wonder teachers send their own kids to private school!

….also from Michael: Buckle Up – Interest Rates Are Heading Higher

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The Main Investment Theme For the Next Decade

The primary trend affecting your finances, politics and the economy over the next  decade or more is the loss of confidence and distrust in Government.

 

….related: Nationwide anti-Trump protests rock the US

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The One Great Big Lesson From This Week’s Economic Update

We’re all familiar with the expression – Fool me once, shame on you… fool me twice, shame on me. But what about – fool me every single election campaign, and we’re idiots. 

….related from Michael: Great Investment Ideas Delivered Superbly

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