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The Last Dollar

Imagine the last dollar on Earth.  That crinkled bit of green paper in your hands was once a sound as a lion’s heart.  It could buy food, shelter, and thousands of other wonderful things.  What happened to the rest of … Continue reading

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The Cognitively-Challenged Vampire

My wife, Cindy, watches vampire movies.  Though not a fan myself, I have managed to absorb the story line running through most of them as I sit on the couch pretending to do something else.  First, of course, there are … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Corporation?

Many of my friends are upset that the Supreme Court has stood up for freedom of speech for corporations.  Their argument seems to be that letting corporations influence legislators freely will lead to bad outcomes.  The yelling “fire” in a … Continue reading

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Is a Corporation a Person?

Who cares? Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling is a victory for free speech supporters.  There has never been any sane rationale for limiting political speech in such a way.  Even if corporations are not “citizens,” as Justice Stevens opined in the … Continue reading

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