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More public pension fraud uncovered.  Your tax dollars at work. Obama was dragged kicking and screaming to the budget debate.  Paul Ryan wasn’t.  The Obama Sesame Street Economics solution: raise taxes on the rich.  Everyone knows if you confiscate every …






Breakfast Links

UDSA Grain Report is released today at 730 AM.  You might want to follow @IndianaGrain on Twitter or Stocktwits. ($ZS_F, $ZC_F, $MON, $SFD, $ZW_F $TSN $POT, $ADM, $JD) Paul Carr is onto gold digging women. ($GOOG) Bill Gross on why …






Breakfast Links

Waves of blacks leaving blue states. Wonder why?  Could it be they are sick of their managed neighborhoods, and are going where the jobs are? I wish they wouldn’t call it supply side economics.  But, they had a conference and …






Breakfast Links

Great story about Japan and rebuilding it’s economy.  The culture of Japan is very different.  This article highlights why it is very different from the US, Korea or China.  ($USDJPY) Just a few days away from the all important March …






Sunday Breakfast Links

Monetary policy goes after the middle class.  As the people in NY said, “I can’t eat an iPad.” ($AAPL) This is what real budget cutting looks like.  Anarchists take to the streets in London.  No doubt, it will come to …






Breakfast Links, Low Cholesterol, High Protein

How to make your office more productive. Simon Johnson on bank dividends. Apple pulls a “gay cure” ap from the Ap Store. Gay?  No, we don’t have an ap for that. ($AAPL)  There are two sides to this.  Are there …






Breakfast Links

Meat inventories are up.  USDA Hogs and Pigs Report is Friday.  That’s like Unemployment for Lean Hog Traders.  Comes out after the close. ($HE_F) Senator Debbie Stabenow, Democrat from Michigan is now head of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Commodities are …






Some Breakfast Links

Indiana Democratic Legislators against education for kids.  In a related item, the National Education Association says, “We are at war.”.  The reason I highlight this is education is a huge issue in America.  It’s clear that it’s not how much …






Links For a Rainy Tuesday

Egypt’s Stock Exchange will open on Wednesday. Small business in the Atlanta Federal Reserve district are optimistic.  Especially small businesses less than seven years of age. Charlie Sheen is winning.  Sold out two shows at the Chicago theatre, two in …






Some Good Links

Today Andy Kessler wrote a column on why the Fed should raise rates.  I have been on that team for a year.  Raghu Rajan confirmed my intuition with a blog post last year.  Not only would commodity prices fall if …






Links

When you are President, you have to be a leader.  Obama is not a leader.  He is way in over his head.  He might be book smart but I wouldn’t pick him to shepherd me down a dark street.  Neither …






Interesting Links

Public union thugs now stopping people from recalling the fleeing Democratic Wisconsin Senators. The internet is great.  It brings transparency and sunshine everywhere it can. Of course, union thugs are protesting in front of a Republican Senators’ home.  The publicly …






Tuesday’s Links

Found this informational video on the market. New explosion at a Japanese reactor.  No doubt this will be updated hourly throughout the day.  From everything that I have read, it’s not dangerous per se, but will severely crimp the Japanese electrical …






Some Good Links and Random Thoughts

In all the excitement over Wisconsin passing their bill, you may have missed these other states.  Idaho, Michigan, Ohio, Nevada, and Indiana will all pass similar bills.  I also think it’s funny that pro-union people say there wasn’t a debate. …






Some Links

The Wall Street Journal says US Regulation is a stealth tax on growth In the same edition, Edward Lazear lays out how we can grow rather than inflate. The US Post Office is raising rates again.  An aside, when dealing …