Category Archives: Harry Truman

Making America Great Again

It seems to me…. “A country’s economic growth may be defined as a long-term rise in capacity to supply increasingly diverse economic goods to its population, this growing capacity based on advancing technology and the institutional and ideological adjustments that … Continue reading

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Parade of Presidents

It seems to me…. “You know nothing for sure…except the fact that you know nothing for sure.” ~ President John Kennedy[1]. I’ve been fortunate to have lived sufficiently long to see a fair number of U.S. presidents – some obviously … Continue reading

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After The Election

It seems to me… “Elections are won by men and women chiefly because most people vote against somebody rather than for somebody.”  ~ Franklin Pierce Adams. The U.S. Presidential election is over and the majority once again has spoken.  It … Continue reading

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