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The Senate is Missing an Opportunity
November 11, 2017 3:00 PM | Tagged as subsidies, tax reform, wind power

WSJ 11 November 2017  Big Wind and Tax Reform (editorial)

In recent times, The Biz Bucks Guy has advocated his "Biz Bucks victims” read two books about the energy industry. One is The Moral Case for Fossil ... Read more

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Growth Is The Solution - Tax Reform The Mechanism
September 13, 2017 1:00 PM | Tagged as Gramm

WSJ 10 September 2017 – “Finding America’s Lost 3% Growth” By Phil Gramm and Michael Solon

Gramm and Solon have argued convincingly a sad commentary. Without a steady GDP growth of at least 3%, we will lose the American dream.

Why have we had such anemic growth for eight years? Did America change? Have we lost our economic mojo? Some are saying the ... Read more

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Goring Gore's Movie
July 31, 2017 1:00 PM | Tagged as Gore

WSJ 28 July 2017 “Al Gore’s Climate Sequel Misses a Few Inconvenient Facts” by Bjorn Lomborg

The Biz Bucks Guy sat in a crowded ... Read more

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Another Obama Crime Scene!
May 31, 2017 10:00 AM | Tagged as Grifo, science integrity, Shaffer

WSJ 26 May 2017, “Anatomy of a Deep State” By Kimberley A. Strassel

WSJ 22 May 2017, “Board of Scientific Conformity” (editorial)

As Lt. Colonel (ret.) Tony Shaffer told President Trump during the transition period before the inauguration, the new president should consider everywhere Obama walked to be a crime scene. Read more

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May I Take Your Order?
May 15, 2017 4:00 PM | Tagged as robotics

WSJ 15 May 2017, “Robots Will Save the Economy” by Bret Swanson and Michael Mandel

The Biz Bucks Guy has always promoted innovation at the expense of protecting of jobs. A vibrant economy will both create and destroy jobs. During the last presidential election, the Obama administration announced a 300,000 job increase one month. That was great. But what most did not ... Read more

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Posted in Capitalism, Investing | 0 Replies

Another Broken Arrow in the Climate-Hysterics’ Quiver
April 29, 2017 8:00 AM | Tagged as Brulle

WSJ 28 April 2017 “A Climate Hysteric’s Fake Enemies List” by Steven J. Allen

With the help of Mr. Allen, The Biz Bucks Guy has found a relatively new fake news story, at least news as of 2014. It seems one sociologist Robert Brulle did a “study” in an attempt to quantify the amount of money being donated to opposing climate-change hysteria. He claimed 91 ... Read more

Posted By The Biz Bucks Guy
Posted in Global Warming | 0 Replies

My New Best Friend, Steve Koonin!
April 21, 2017 1:00 PM | Tagged as Koonin
  • WSJ 21 April 2017 “A Red Team Exercise Would Strengthen Climate Science” by Steven Koonin
  • Also view Opinion Journal at “How Government Twists Climate Statistics” with Mary Kissel (video)
  • Also view Opinion Journal at “The Climate Change Debate You Never Hear About” with Mary Kissel (video)

In ... Read more

Posted By The Biz Bucks Guy
Posted in Global Warming | 0 Replies

Some Deficits are Good!
March 11, 2017 10:00 AM | Tagged as Navarro

WSJ 10 March 2017 “How to Think About Trade Deficits” (editorial)

President Trump’s cabinet is pretty strong, but The Biz Bucks Guy differs with the President on his selection for Chief Trade Advisor, Peter Navarro. Mr. Navarro is advocating the elimination of our national trade deficit. Trump ran on making the growing deficit turn around and “keeping money in ... Read more

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Posted in MacroEconomics, National Debt | 0 Replies

A Conservative Conundrum
February 23, 2017 5:00 PM | Tagged as BAT, Border Adjustment Tax, Laffer

WSJ 22 February 2017, “How ‘Border Adjustment’ Poisons Tax Reform” by Phil Gramm

WSJ 5 January 2017, “The House GOP’s Good Tax Trade-Off” By Martin Feldstein

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More Climate Fake News
January 21, 2017 11:01 AM | Tagged as Curry

WSJ 19 January 2017 – “Keeping Cool about Hot Temperatures” (editorial)

Because the left has developed this new political term “fake news”, The Biz Bucks Guy intends to use this same term, when applicable, to show the leftist radical enviros use ... Read more

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