Sunday, October 2, 2011

TFP Column: Government "Prop"aganda

I was late this week in attempting an effort for the TFP, and Editor-in-Chief Michael Miller may have thought that he had escaped at least one week without having to deal with my illiterate scribbling.  As much as I like Michael however, I found myself caught up in the books on Economics that I have been reading for the last couple of weeks.

(Reading books on Economics for fun ... am I living the dream or what!)

I only wish that some of those in government had read some of the same material that I have, and we might all have been spared a good deal of misery (and a larger portion of debt) in the last couple of years.  

Applying my 'book learning' to the situation at hand (the next proposed Stimulus), led me to put together a piece called "Government 'Prop'aganda", which discusses some $447 billion in props to the economy proposed by the President and some of the disinformation surrounding it.

As always, anything worth knowing is going to find its way into the TFP this weekend.  So if you want to know everything that's going on in Toledo and NW Ohio, you're going to have to look in on Toledo's largest Sunday circulation and Ohio's Best Weekly newspaper, the Toledo Free Press.

1 comment:

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