Constitution


Some Things Never Change

Some Things Never Change

This month we have a variation on a theme – the U.S. government spends more money than it has and runs up another massive budget deficit. Some things never change. In June, the US government ran another big deficit of $174.16 billion, continuing the trend of...

The US Spending Problem Is Not Transitory

There is an ongoing debate about whether high inflation is “transitory” or rising prices are going to be more long-term and persistent. One thing for sure, the US government spending problem isn’t transitory. And that has pretty significant...
Occam’s Razor

Occam’s Razor

Occam’s Razor tells us the simplest answer is usually the best. The explanation that requires the fewest assumptions is usually correct. But in politics, there is a completely different standard. The most complex, assumption-filled, convoluted explanation...


Concordia res parvae crescunt


Small things grow great by concord...

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