by Roger Erickson, Mike Norman Economics
An organized group cannot easily grow if it doesn't allow itself to at least note and denominate any real growth trying to happen. Not allowing ourselves to "note" things reduces to denial of real growth. Where's the logic in that?
What? The slack-jawed yokels, Erskine and Bowles, want an example which their little pea brains can understand? Fine. Let the "Erbles" chew on the following classroom skit as they run around their little exercise wheel. It accurately paraphrases their Erble logic.
Written by Hilary Barnes
As Byron might have said:
"I say the budget is a serious matter,
And so, for God's sake, hock and soda water!"
But the French budget also creates its moments of mirth. For example, it introduces a new tax of 1% on corporate earnings before interest, depreciation and tax (EBITA), applicable on EBITA for 2013 and hereafter.
September 25th, 2013
in Op Ed