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You Can’t Buy Your Way to Prosperity
Posted on April 14, 2016 by Tim Gatewood
A Free Country Makes Most of What It Needs One of the trite cliches that people who believe in the myth of a free market use when looking down their noses at those caught in financial difficulties is: “You can’t … Continue reading →
Posted in Politics, Rants and Raves | Tagged borrowing, buying, credit, deficit, manufacturing, middle class, Retail, spending, unions, Walmart | 1 Comment
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