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A recent Wall Street Journal article might throw a monkey wrench into the plans of those Presidential Candidates pushing for free college education as the big answer for Income Inequality. The people of Kalamazoo, Michigan tried a free college education program for their young people and had some unexpected local economic outcomes along with nearly […]

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NBC’s Saturday Night Live has been around for over forty years. Sometimes the show is good and sometimes you can easily sleep through it. But every so often they do something that makes you really laugh and really think. Last Saturday night was one of those times… Using a familiar and slightly worn game show […]

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I am going to risk turning off some readers with this next statement. Please read on because this article will get better… I guarantee it. Classical macroeconomics spends a lot of time on the traditional Guns or Butter decisions governments use to allocate expenditures and power their economies. Okay that’s done… So what? Back in […]

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You might think the current White House resident was the actual winner of the 2016 election. That makes sense. Sure Mr. Trump did not win the popular vote but he did win the Electoral College vote total needed, right? This Electoral College vote is essentially the system used to assure that voters from all states […]

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We can debate, deliberate, and argue about the various positions, perspectives, ideas, and potential solutions to Income Inequality all day, every day… But what each of us can do that would have any actual impact is about zero. Even drastic initiatives by the country’s largest corporations would actually do very little to tip the income […]

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By this time most people have ran through their New Year’s resolutions and basically forgot all about them. Humans seem to be hardwired to forget resolutions within about two weeks. I think it could be  some kind of survival mechanism. That’s okay for the typical lose weight, exercise more, drink less, and read more resolutions […]

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It’s always mysteriously eye opening when three seemingly unrelated news reports appear to possibly provide a coherent story. And these reports surely combine to tell us some significant data points related to the Income Inequality puzzle. Sometimes people can oversimplify the Income Inequality problem suggesting potential solutions like just redistributing income. The Robin Hood “take [...]

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