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America’s New Economic Policy: “Screw The Kids”

Posted by Larry Doyle on January 16th, 2013 8:41 AM |

What about me? What is in it for me? How does this work for me? The “ME” mentality strikes me as central to America’s new official economic policy.

Who is “ME”? Our Washington politicos.

What policy is that? Let’s navigate.

Having recently sidestepped the fiscal cliff, and as we continue to navigate the economic landscape, we are now faced, as the FT describes them, with “three enormous gorges.” Sounds ominous, right? What are the three gorges? (more…)

FPA’s Bob Rodriguez Has a Message for Washington

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 17th, 2012 8:05 AM |

First Pacific Advisor’s Bob Rodriguez is a renowned money manager. I hold him in the highest regard.

The only issue I have in regard to Mr. Rodriguez is that he is not in Washington managing our nation’s fiscal policy.

The simple fact is Rodriguez knows of what he talks and relates it in language that is foreign to most politicians, that is, plain English.

With the ongoing budget fiasco, debt ceiling, and accompanying fiscal cliff on our horizon at year end, recent comments by Rodriguez should ring long, loud, and clear throughout Washington.¬† (more…)






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