Businesses Do Not Create Jobs – What Came First? The Chicken or the Egg?

I think all the chatter about Hillary Clinton saying “Businesses Don’t Create Jobs” is a bit silly in the overall scheme of things. When I heard that statement – the first thing I thought of is… NO Businesses Don’t Create Jobs – Unless there is consumer spending that supports the job creation. It really is a matter of what came first, the chicken or the egg! Toe-May-Toe, Toe-MA-Toe – Po-Tay-Toe, Po-TA-Toe I think the whole […] Read the Full Article »

Right to Work: What is it? Enlighten me

As the 2012 elections and debates heat up, I’m hearing more and more on this “Right to Work” thing. I’ve never claimed to be overly knowledgeable when it comes to politics – I just know what’s important to me. When I don’t know something, I seek to learn. I don’t want to read about it through websites that are pushing or pulling in the interest of political gain. I want to hear about it from […] Read the Full Article »

Occupy Wall Street, a Historical Look at U.S. Economy & Unemployment Rates

It was only two days ago when my mother asked me what I thought of the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. Honestly, I didn’t know a thing about them since I’d made a conscious decision to avoid news and controversial television while working on some personal projects. This morning I saw an image on a friends Facebook that I “Liked” and following the breadcrumbs just like Zuckerberg planned when he designed Facebook, I found more signs, […] Read the Full Article »

Why Are Indiana Gas Prices So High?

Indianapolis has hit a record high, with an average price of $4.21 a gallon. Stations in and around the city have gas priced at $4.29 a gallon on Monday, and that price appeared to be holding steady on Tuesday. I paid $4.29 yesterday and purchased $25 worth – which wasn’t much! Indiana’s average price is seventh-highest in the country. Well above the national average of $3.97 a gallon, according to AAA. States also battling higher […] Read the Full Article »

Are Cheap Dates A Problem?

A lot of us are talking about dating in this economy, including Melissa Braverman who was interviewed for an AP article on the economy & dating. I found this part on being too cheap regarding dates to be very interesting: Melissa Braverman, who blogs about dating, said she knows someone who was asked out on a walking date and considered it a turnoff. And in the last six months, she’s noticed that men don’t suggest […] Read the Full Article »