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Let’s Put COVID-19 into Perspective

The answer to any emergency that suppresses productivity is NEVER to print more currency. As an economist with a compromised immune system from cancer treatments that has had COVID-19, I believe I have some provenance in making the above assertion. There is this thing in economics called the LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND. It is a...

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Socialism, Communism, Liberalism, Progressivism, Collectivisim – The End Goal is all the Same!

The dictionary definition1of socialism is a political system that requires collective or most often government ownership of both the economy (means of production) and the distribution of goods to the people. There is little to no private property or wealth for the masses or means to obtain such. Government leaders and those they deem...

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Ohio’s Energy Grid: Renewable Energy

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Powerful Tools to Protect Ohio’s Elections and Instill Confidence in our System of Voting

December 21, 2016 PARMA, OH- Ohio economist Jon Morrow and grassroots activist and Ohio State Representative candidate Patty Gascoyne have released a proposal that would allow Ohio citizens the unprecedented right to view how their vote was tabulated by the county board of elections after voting has ended. The proposal would allow citizens, if their...

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Look What the College Board Has Done to U.S. History

Peter Wood July 2, 2014 The College Board recently released its new AP U.S. History (APUSH) Curriculum Framework.  It is, in many respects, a dispiriting document.  A great deal of important U.S. history is given cursory treatment and some ideological themes are sounded rather loudly. In view of the many, many faults in American K-12 education,...

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