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The need for re-industrializing America

Franklin @ August 5, 2008 # 7 Comments

(Originally posted at my.barackobama.com) Beyond political discourse, we need to face the reality that America’s economy has been declining since mid 2001. The economic policies of the Bush administration did nothing to encourage the creation of new industries. If we use the image of an engine to represent the economy, what the Bush administration has […]

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Why fundamental analysis of commodities is wrong, and irrational

Franklin @ July 30, 2008 # 3 Comments

I have discussed in several articles my position that gold is just another commodity subject to the ebb and flow of speculative money. Today I will talk a little bit about oil and why I think all the fundamental analysis are fundamentally wrong. If I write that we are experiencing peak oil price rather than […]

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Pardon our ads

Franklin @ July 26, 2008 # 4 Comments

Unless you count with Adblock Plus or other similar product, you will have noticed that I am running a banner now. I’ve avoided so far adding ads to the site, but my soon 16 year old son is starting to drive. How is that related? Well, let me explain it to you. Insurance companies charge […]

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The Myth of the Bush Administration Being Strong on Homeland Security

Franklin @ June 18, 2008 # 9 Comments

As the political campaign ramps up, the McCain cohort is trying to shape the debate of American politics around the single issue of Homeland Security. However, there is no objective reason to believe that the current administration’s policies are the way to go. There are two conflict hypothesis based on which the current two-front war […]

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Political Radar: McCain: Not Offended By Alleged Age-Baiting

Franklin @ May 9, 2008 # One Comment

The news is inconsequential: another entry to the endless entertainment of electoral politics. However, I just found it funny that the McCain campaign read Obama’s “losing his bearings” comment as a commentary about his age, and not his temper. I’ve only heard old people using the expression to denote senility, most young people use “lose […]

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