Maybe I should get rid of the goat, and bring back the baseball analogy. I usually find the Guy who wrote Freakonomics to be somewhat tedious, but I agree with him on this. The focus will change with Barack Obama. He should understand that. I would add in other asset classes as well:
Shirley Warshaw on Bush and Cheney
The trouble is that when Dick Cheney did it, he had his own agenda and he built the largest vice presidential staff in history. They saved tens of thousands of lives. And John McCain is the leader of that reform. Secretaries of State Baker, Kissinger, Powell, they have all advocated some level of engagement with enemies. We have NATO allies helping us for one and even the geographic differences are huge but the counterinsurgency principles could work in Afghanistan. So the Congress has been put -- Democrats and Republicans have been put in a very difficult spot.
Man of the Year - Economic Principals
Once again, we saw what happened this week in Washington. He set up a headquarters in Virginia with private money and started hiring everyone in the administration. Now, how do you do that when you don't have your administration sit down and talk with the adversary? Those people who say don't go into debt, they can barely pay to fill up their gas tank. Post navigation Prev Next. This book would have no relevance to that company, which is having its share of troubles now.
And, again, voters on November 4th are going to have that choice to either support a ticket that supports policies that create jobs. Let's try to avoid nuance, Senator. I call that unpatriotic. That is great for us politically, because export industries get stimulated, and no one cares about imports buy American , except crude oil. I usually find the Guy who wrote Freakonomics to be somewhat tedious, but I agree with him on this. We'll learn from the past mistakes in this administration and other administrations. Revenue recognition is probably the most important issue in accounting, and whatever comes out of this will be important to investors.