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The Human Drive for Inequality

I thought you might find the following essay interesting, it is copied from the Casey Daily Dispatch, july 3/18. The Human Drive for Inequality,   By John Hunt, MD At the Foundation for Economic Education Conference (FEECON) in 2017, I met … Continue reading

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THE NEW MONEY

THE CONTRARIAN Our new money is crap. Not because it is shrinking – it takes six dollars to buy a cup of Starbucks, when some of us can remember a 5 cent cup of coffee.  Has coffee become more valuable?  … Continue reading

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LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD

THE CONTRARIAN So, Little Red Riding Hood is tripping along through the forest on her way to her grandma’s house, enjoying the scenery and the birdies and bunnies who seem to follow her everywhere, red hooded cape unbuttoned, red hair … Continue reading

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OPINIONS AND ARGUMENTS

THE CONTRARIAN   We all form opinions, based on the first information we get, tempered by our basic assumptions, biases, prejudices. Once formed, we only change our opinion on the basis of personal experience, not new knowledge or other people’s … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather

THE CONTRARIAN BIRDS OF A FEATHER My friend the birdman Gerry Wilson occasionally strays into social commentary, so I feel justified in straying into his territory once in a while.  This is to describe some of the birds I have … Continue reading

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