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Deficit spending pushes up cash supply

By Don Buck
Don Buck
August 7, 2008No CommentRead More

Don Buck’s column

Don Buck’s column

Zimbabwe a cautionary example of runaway inflation

Governments quietly welcome inflation to reduce value of debt

By Don Buck

The Buck Stops Here

The Buck Stops Here

The Bad Guy: Debt and Government

By Don Buck
Don Buck

The Buck Stops Here

The Buck Stops Here

National economic digest

Compilation and commentary by Don Buck
Don Buck
August 7, 2008No CommentRead More

Whose tax policies can your pocketbook support?

Senator Barack Obama’s website states: “I’m asking you to believe.  Not just in my ability to bring about real change in Washington . . . I’m asking you to believe…

Publisher’s Notes

We live in interesting times. Since 2000 we’ve had an Internet boom and bust, a housing boom and bust, and now a run up in gas prices which is a…

Publisher’s Notes

I don’t think I’ve written much about movies before, but in June there are going to be two special events that wouldn’t happen without movies. Cinema plays a big part…

Publisher’s Notes

We hosted our editorial advisory lunch meeting at the Whitmore Mansion in Ceres and I was extremely impressed with the interior decoration and the ambience of the grand lady. The…

Publisher’s Notes

The lovely soft breezes of April mean that Thelma Stewart and her Ladybugs are once again creating Easter gift baskets to raise money for United Cerebral Palsy. For decades this…