Dan on July 29th, 2014

I have been banging the drum about economic stimulus, both domestic and in Japan for awhile now. A great article summing up the current state of affairs in Japan appeared here: http://www.businessinsider.com/japan-inflation-abenomics-update-2014-7 I downloaded the bloomberg.com PDF which is referenced in the article and skimming it found some interesting tidbits. Here are a couple of […]

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Dan on July 22nd, 2014

Nice to see the ACLU take on the governments ‘Suspicious Activity Reporting’ program.  Check out this article to see these individual stories of harrassment in the name of homeland protection: https://www.aclu.org/national-security/gill-v-doj-challenge-governments-suspicious-activity-reporting-program If you are not offended by the assault on civil liberties this program raises, at least be offended by how much money is spent […]

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Dan on July 19th, 2014

A friend called me the other day and said he was was trying to get to one of my sites, and he was on  my ‘brochure’ site, www.vfsystems.net.  Much like the cobblers children that have no shoes, the old vfsystems site was a site I had ignored for years and it was very dated and […]

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Dan on July 6th, 2014

I heard a really good discussion on a podcast regarding the recent supreme court decision known as the ‘Hobby Lobby’ decision.  I admit  I didn’t know much of the details since the media has just been focusing on the womens rights impact.  But it actually raises a bunch of interesting issues. If you are up […]

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