Monthly Archives: March 2014

Waiting For My Interview

At some point, surely CNN will get around to interviewing every licensed pilot in the United States about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.  I’m an inactive private pilot and no doubt pretty far down the list, but I’m nevertheless preparing for … Continue reading

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The New York Times’ Editorial Page: Playing College Football is a Job

The New York Times opined today on its editorial page that playing college football is a job.  I couldn’t agree more.  Moreover, as the Times notes, the only participants in major college football who aren’t getting rich are the players.  … Continue reading

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Small Investors May Not Be Able to Sue Crooks Much Longer

Most small investors probably didn’t notice when the United States Supreme Court (the “Court”) heard oral arguments on Wednesday, March 5, in a case out of the Fifth Circuit styled Halliburton Co. v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc.  But the … Continue reading

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Why I Did Not Buy [a] Tesla [Stock] This Week

As it happens, I am, more or less, in the market for a car.  Our son commutes to an urban private school in our oldest car, a Volvo SUV (averaging sixteen or seventeen miles per gallon); I’m a little tired … Continue reading

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