Presidential Talk: Does it Really Matter?

All the time spent watching news regarding the presidential candidates is a waste.  The pre-primary debates and talk may influence your vote in the primary, but probably not on election […]

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Big Debt on Campus

Watching the movie The Big Short this week made many viewers wonder… Why didn’t more people know about what was going on? And are there other lingering issues in our money based […]

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Low Interest Rates – No Favors for Seniors

A quadruple slam against senior citizens today.  I am not sure if things have ever been more stacked against seniors trying to get by on a fixed income than they […]

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Illinois and Greece, Two of a Kind?

Illinois is Similar to Greece – Broke Illinois is like Greece in one obvious way: It over promised and under delivered on pensions and has little appetite for dealing with […]

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The Real State of the Union

My Rebuttal: While President Obama touts about the 5.6% unemployment in December as another sign of a “recovery” generated by his economic policies, he fails to mention a record 92.9 […]

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