Monthly Archives: January 2014

Money and Motivation – Keeping Score

There was a recent article published in the Tulsa World that a new study “When Does Money Make Money More Important?” concludes that money from one’s work never loses its importance.  If fact, it may become more important as one’s income … Continue reading

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Why Did We Have the Civil War? – Learning From History

Today’s conventional wisdom is that the Civil War was fought to free the slaves.  The additional implication is that the war was the only way the slaves would ever have been freed.  In cost of human life, this was the most costly war we have … Continue reading

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