Obama touts his economics prowess despite a meager growth report

“Saving the world economy from a Great Depression, that was pretty good.” – President Obama

Speaking of his legacy, successes and frustrations at a Youth Town Hall in London on April 23, 2016, the president boasted about his handling of the economy, among other issues and events, during his two terms in office despite miserable growth numbers. Continue reading

Trump is the desperate one in the race

We’ve been inundated with fawning reports of Donald Trump’s big wins on the east coast earlier this week, but do you know that Hillary Clinton beat him soundly with the popular vote in those five states? Earlier in New York, Clinton’s adopted home state, she trounced Trump in his home state 1,054,000 to 525,000.  Democrat delegates in New York more than double those of the Republican Party. Continue reading

My book available again

Dino 2I recently received additional copies of my book, One of the Last Business Dinosaurs: How I took an alternative path to success in business, in a second printing.  If you would like to purchase a copy ($20 each) send your check with your mailing address to Eldon R. Kramer, 26520 Alma School Road #801, Scottsdale, AZ 85255

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The ‘not I’ business community needs to step up

Regular readers of this blog will recall my frequent criticism of businesses that get in bed with big government. We’ve seen it with automobile manufacturers and café standards. We saw pharmaceuticals and various health entities support ObamaCare. And we’ve witnessed energy firms jump on the climate change train. Continue reading