January 16, 2019

Obama’s Zero-Sum Game and the Coming Redistribution Bubble

As a presidential candidate in 2008, Barack Obama stated to Joe the plumber that the primary goal of government should be income redistribution.  And in reality, Obama has made great strides with regard to income redistribution, having enlarged the food stamp recipient list, for example. At the heart of income redistribution rhetoric is a principle […]

The Wave That Breaks the Liberal Bubble

Can you feel it? The wave, that is.  I speak of one that will wash away far more than just a failed presidency.  This wave will have the torque to rock the entire liberal bubble — the political/media/crony bubble — leaving it forever exposed.  Ironically, those inside this bubble will be the last to know […]

Why Herman Cain (and Almost Everyone Else) Missed the Housing Bubble

Now that Herman Cain has become a top-tier presidential candidate for the Republican nomination, he is receiving a greater degree of scrutiny than ever before.  And that includes efforts by the mainstream media to do what they do best to conservative candidates: prove somehow that said candidates are unfit to serve. First it was MSNBC’s […]

The Obama Bubble

President Obama, entirely lacking in business experience, could learn something about branding from the high tech sector.  At the dawn of the tech bubble, startups began to realize the importance of branding — creating market awareness or “buzz” about a company and its products.  As is common with trends, branding became a fad.  Small companies soon […]