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The idea of home ownership has always been revered in American culture, something young hard-working Americans should strive to achieve. The narrative, perpetuated to us by our government and the real estate industry, follows that home ownership is good for the individual because it helps him/her accumulate wealth. They say…
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As Greece defaults, we think it's time to take a step back and look at the big picture emerging horizontally as China and Russia move towards political and economic objectives that will define a new trading block across Europe and Asia. First, a quick look at the Greek problem. Simply…
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It’s been a big week for the Supreme Court. They have made a number of decisions in the last week that will shape the way the country operates moving forward. Here’s a brief recap of all the decisions the High Court handed down last week. Glossip v. Gross June 29,…
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Israel has always been one of America’s closest allies, but Netanyahu has been terrible for that relationship. While many would point out that Obama hasn’t been good either (a point I would disagree with), it’s more important for the Israeli Prime Minister to be attentive to the needs of our…
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In March of 1996, 26% of people believed gay marriage should be recognized by the state. That left 68% believing it should not. As of May 2015, 60% of people believed the state should recognize gay marriage while only 37% believed it shouldn’t. The shift in public opinion on this…
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On April 2nd, 2015, the United States, Russia, China, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom (the P5+1 countries) reached a comprehensive outline for a nuclear agreementwith Iran. Essentially, Iran agreed to reduce its installed centrifuges by two-thirds, to not enrich weapons-grade uranium or build any facilities that do so for…
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If we’ve learned anything lately about polling on trade issues, it should be that it’s about as scientific as phrenology. Still, the results of an NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey released last night seem to be sending at least one message that deserves attention: When the Mainstream Media suspends its usual…
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Frequently, one of the best ways to get insight into a culture is through its humor. What sort of things people joke about with each other can display a lot about what really concerns them or what their daily frustrations are. One great example is the sort of jokes that…
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For the last year and a half, most people have been paying more attention to Colorado than ever before. On January 1st, 2014, the Rocky Mountain State legalized recreational marijuana use for anyone 21 and over, and everyone wants to know how the state is doing.  Drug policy has been…
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According to a recent Federal Reserve report, American wealth clocked in at $99 trillion in the first quarter of 2015, setting a new record. More than two-thirds of this is in paper assets, with the remaining third in housing and other assets. While the value of all consumer real estate…
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Renewal of America’s trade agreement with sub-Saharan Africa isn’t the single biggest determinant of the fate of fast track authority in Congress this week, but it’s certainly in the mix. And the enormous popularity it’s enjoyed even among lawmakers generally opposed to current trade policies speaks volumes about how sloppily Washington as…
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An old friend from the Coast Guard visited me over the weekend. He is retired and now works as an emergency planner. If there’s one thing government folks do, it is plan. But many times I’ve seen plans go out the window when emergency strikes and people start to improvise.…
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