Tag Archives: Income inequality

Liberals and Conservatives – Pt. 2

There’s an old saying:  “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions.”   I used to think that meant that I did not do something that I intended to do and maybe promised someone that I would do.  Then … Continue reading

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Slavery, Segregation, and Monuments

Today there seems to be some controversy over monuments in the south that remember the Confederate States of America and it’s leaders.  New Orleans recently took down a large monument near the middle of town.  And there have been some … Continue reading

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Not-for Profit College Cost rising faster than inflation – Pt 2

In Part-1, we talked about non-profit colleges and three things that have changed in the last 30 or 40 years.  (1) The recognized effect of big time athletic programs and the fact that college coaches salaries have risen to be … Continue reading

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Why Are not-for-profit College Costs increasing faster than inflation?

My paper carried an article a few months ago that the highest paid state employee in all bur one or two states is that states major college football coach, with the college basketball coaches not far behind.  From the numbers … Continue reading

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Equality and Liberty – Are They Mutually Exclusive?

In the “Opinion” section of this week’s Sunday paper, there is a syndicated column by a Lawrence Mitchell who is a Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University.  He takes it as a given that in the last 30 … Continue reading

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Coaches, CEO’s and Compensation – Is it a Problem?

In previous posts, we observed that some of the spread between the income of the top 1% of the population and the rest of us in the last 20 years has been the large increase in what some college coaches … Continue reading

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