Tag Archives: Hurricane Sandy

Spending Yourself Rich as Seen By an 18th Century Frenchman

Some of our pundits have found a silver lining in Hurricane Sandy’s storm clouds by bringing up all the jobs she created; a lot of people will be employed fixing the damage, right? Might perk up the economy! If so, … Continue reading

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Where Are the “Can Do!” Americans, Now That We Need Them?

The East Coast’s hurricane left vignettes demanding consideration, seems to me. The first is this image: Staten Island, a section of New York flooded, shocked and apparently immobilized. The next is: Gasoline, an unpretty picture of our dependence upon fuel. That’s … Continue reading

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