Ray Rothrock

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You Cannot Save Yourself to Prosperity (Part 2)

In Energy on August 19, 2011 at 11:44 am

Everything in business starts with selling something.  Some businesses sell cars; some sell turbines; some sell software; some sell groceries; some sell consulting services.  And so it goes on and on throughout the full $14.12 trillion GDP of United States.  Fourteen trillion – the largest production facility in the world is the United States.  This is sometimes called the top line in a business report like an income statement.  This is where our modern economy starts and defines itself.  Read the rest of this entry »


We Cannot “Save” Ourselves to Properity — We Need Growth

In Energy on August 15, 2011 at 10:39 am

Column: The Reagan stimulus vs. the Obama one

By Paul G. Kengor

When Reagan signed the Economic Recovery Act at his ranch near Santa Barbara, it was the largest tax cut in American history. He also revealed leadership that Democrats and Republicans alike agree we are not seeing currently from the White House. Even TheWashington Post called Reagan’s action “one of the most remarkable demonstrations of presidential leadership in modern history.” Read the rest of this entry »