Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Myth of Tax Cuts and Public Spending (A Comment on “It’s still time for an adult conversation about taxes”)

I came across this article by Max Fodor and Michael Laxer a little while ago and thought it interesting enough to comment on it. It looks at the glaring disconnect the voters (and the pandering politicians that chase them) have between taxation and services. Services are great as long as someone else pays for them, preferably […]

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10 Ways to Make Today Magical

Originally posted on A Magical Childhood:
Happy Monday! I keep meaning to get back to posting daily or near-daily, but life is still so busy  here.  We are finishing up the season of “putting things up” — making applesauce and apple cider from extra apples on friends’ trees, grape jelly from Grandma’s backyard grapevines, salsa…

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