Monthly Archives: May 2010

Greece’s Debt Crisis Simplified

Greece suffers from unsustainable public sector debt, low productivity, and an overall uncompetitive economy. In 2009 the government’s fiscal deficit was 13.6% of Greece’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and its outstanding debt stood at 115% of its GDP. Lenders were … Continue reading

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Breakfast at Rosewood

May 21, 2010 My dad’s and my birthdays on the 19th two days ago are an almost distant memory. I had spoken in the afternoon to a gathering of Rosewood residents (the retirement community my dad lives in as had … Continue reading

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Where Should We Go From Here? Inflation, Regulation, and Debt

I will present the following to the Quest Club in Bakersfield, California May 20, 2010. I will celebrate my joint birthday with my father in Bakersfield May 19 and attend my 50th high school reunion May 22. "Where Should We … Continue reading

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