Monthly Archives: November 2011

Consultants were Busy during the Clinton era

This is how hiring a consultant stimulates the economy: The consultant uses the airlines to fly back and forth to their job on a weekly or biweekly schedule. The consultant rents a motel room or other lodging away from home. … Continue reading

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Net Worth by Thirds

¬†From Quoting from a recently-published book by political philosopher David Schweickart, If we divided the income of the US into thirds, we find that the top ten percent of the population gets a third, the next thirty percent gets … Continue reading

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AARP on Timeshare Scams

Meanwhile, AARP has asked the FTC to consider launching a nationwide investigation of time-share resellers, who usually target seniors. Although most time-share resellers solicit customers across the United States, state attorneys general can only bring injunctions that affect their residents … Continue reading

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