Everyone must make decisions. What to eat? Where to go? Where to live? Live is full of choices that give us experience to answer more and maybe harder questions. When decision time arises there are many who advise do this don't do that. It can all be daunting. The fear of an incorrect decision is [...]
returning to the lessons my generation learned from the 1970s energy crisis. We learned that energy choices favored by politicians but not confirmed by markets are destined to fail. If history has taught us anything itâ€Ÿs that we should resist the temptation to ask politicians to substitute their judgments for that of the market, and let markets determine how much energy gets used, what types of energy get used, where, how and by whom energy gets used. In truth, no source of energy is perfect, thus only markets can weigh the pros and cons of each source. Governmentâ€Ÿs role is to set reasonable standards for environmental performance, and make sure markets work.
Let's be honest for once do we really think for one second that $900 million dollars would prevented the 40 people that the Center for Disease Control have confirmed with Swine Flu. Do we honestly think that the masses are any less safe today because we didn't spend even more money in the Swineous Porkus Bill of 2009? I think not. No amount of money has fixed the ailing banks, suffering economy, stemmed massive job losses and decimated investments of hundreds of millions. Throwing money at a "pandemic preparedness plan" was not going to create jobs. Besides the medical industry is one of the few industries adding jobs.
Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy I love it when someone has a great idea and pushes morals and standards of acceptance. People need boundaries especially kids growing up. Go Plantation High Administration in Plantation, FL. Capitalizing on Pres. Barack Obama's call to "Men of America - Pull Up Your [...]