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Should America's war on poverty be abandoned and a real war begun?

...ironically the current focus of the Democratic Party. This is a war that many can support. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-11-14/should-americas-
Catastrophic road to debt: We had better bite the bullet before it bites us

...incomprehensible, like infinity. Remarkably, this is precisely the catastrophic road we are traveling. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-10-24/catastrophic-roa
Chief Justice John Roberts unleashes Orwellian rhetoric in his decisions

...denying to the people the proper exercise of representative government. This is unforgivable. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-10-10/chief-justice-jo
Why do so many people embrace socialism?

...central role of the private incentive-reward relationship within a framework of personal freedom. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-08-30/why-do-so-many-p
Short-termism hampers understanding of economy

...investment risk and, from the reasoning above, favor ? of all things ? long-term investments. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-08-16/short-termism-ha
Paine College's positive reach runs wide, deep in Augusta

...us to maneuver.Like my father, I do not want to live in an Augusta without Paine College. (The writer is a professor emeritus in the English and Foreign Languages Department at Augusta University.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-10-24/paine-colleges-p
Court decision foreshadows more problems

...declining, was not envisioned by our Founders. But this is the unfortunate condition we face. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-07-26/court-decision-f
Doubling the minimum wage is fraught with employment dangers

...injures countless other employees in the same general class, including the "hidden unemployed." (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-07-04/doubling-minimum
Millions contribute to personal freedom, free choice, economic instability

...not forget that well-intentioned government actions contribute to these volatilities as well. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-02-15/millions-contrib
Income inequality flap is much understated through deceptive data

...i.e., there is a mutuality of interest between income producer and income recipient. (The writer is a professor emeritus of financial economics at the University of Georgia. He lives in Aiken, S.C.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-04-26/income-inequalit