"IN COMPLIANCE"

Posted on | July 1st, 2010 |  by in General

Osceola County must be in "COMPLIANCE" with the various county departments and services. The cost of getting there will cripple the economic growth in the county. The taxes and fees that are going to be levied on the commercial properties will make sure of that.

Jay Wheeler's campaign contributions

Posted on | June 22nd, 2010 |  by in Entertainment

I find it interesting that Jay Wheelers campaign contributions are of some of the largest of the candiates running and 99% are out of Osceola County and are out of state. Could someone please tell me why?

Fear the Boom and the Bust

Posted on | March 15th, 2010 |  by in Politics

Here is a great video which illustrates the difference between Keynesian and Austrian economics and explains the conflict between the two.

John Maynard Keynes advocated interventionist economic policy, by which governments would use fiscal and monetary measures to mitigate the adverse effects of business cycles, economic recessions, and depressions. He advocated a strong central bank which would control the monetary supply. Keynesian economics has provided the theoretical underpinning for the plans of President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Gordon Brown of the United Kingdom, and other global leaders to ease the economic recession.

The Austrian School of economic thought emphasizes the spontaneous organizing power of the price mechanism or price system. Austrians hold that the complexity of human behavior makes mathematical modeling of the evolving market extremely difficult and advocate a laissez faire approach to the economy. Austrian School economists advocate the strict enforcement of voluntary contractual agreements between economic agents, and hold that commercial transactions should be subject to the smallest possible imposition of forces they consider to be coercive (in particular the smallest possible amount of government intervention).

F A von Hayek was from the Austrian school and won a Nobel prize for his works in economics. During the Nobel ceremony in December 1974, Hayek met the Russian dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Hayek later sent him a Russian translation of "The Road to Serfdom" and Solzhenitsyn was surprised that someone who had not lived in Russia could see so clearly the effects of socialism.

Anyway, this is a great video.

Fear the Boom and the Bust

Posted on | March 15th, 2010 |  by in Politics

Here is a great video which illustrates the difference between Keynesian and Austrian economics and explains the conflict between the two.

John Maynard Keynes advocated interventionist economic policy, by which governments would use fiscal and monetary measures to mitigate the adverse effects of business cycles, economic recessions, and depressions. He advocated a strong central bank which would control the monetary supply. Keynesian economics has provided the theoretical underpinning for the plans of President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Gordon Brown of the United Kingdom, and other global leaders to ease the economic recession.

The Austrian School of economic thought emphasizes the spontaneous organizing power of the price mechanism or price system. Austrians hold that the complexity of human behavior makes mathematical modeling of the evolving market extremely difficult and advocate a laissez faire approach to the economy. Austrian School economists advocate the strict enforcement of voluntary contractual agreements between economic agents, and hold that commercial transactions should be subject to the smallest possible imposition of forces they consider to be coercive (in particular the smallest possible amount of government intervention).

F A von Hayek was from the Austrian school and won a Nobel prize for his works in economics. During the Nobel ceremony in December 1974, Hayek met the Russian dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Hayek later sent him a Russian translation of "The Road to Serfdom" and Solzhenitsyn was surprised that someone who had not lived in Russia could see so clearly the effects of socialism.

Anyway, this is a great video.

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