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adam smith

Adam Smith In 2016 Presidential Politics

The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith is the accepted rationale for a free-market economy. Smith’s key insight was that individuals working in their own interests are led by “an invisible hand to serve public interest” benefiting the broader society. As a liberal-progressive capitalist, I believe that while on the...


NAFTA Has Benefitted The U.S., Mexico and Canada

  In 1992, Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot warned voters that “There will be a giant sucking sound going south,” as a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) due to huge wage differentials between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Proponents argued a trade agreement, aimed at liberalizing...


Keeping Klay Looks Like A Great Move For The Warriors

  The talk this past summer surrounded 3x all-star Kevin Love and where he’d eventually take his talents to. Coming off of arguably his best year of a now 7-year career, teams were willing to give up key assets in order to acquire the forward from UCLA. Ultimately, K-Love joined the King...

nba comparisons

Choppin’ It Up: Episode 9 – NBA Comparisons

  Choppin’ It Up with Adrian Prelvukaj picks up right where we left off last week. With long time friend and NBA enthusiast Francis Tefarikis (Francois for the French) discussing basketball, basketball, and some more basketball. In part 1 of this revolutionary podcast, we tapped into our main common interest–...

Love or Wiggins

Kevin Love Or Andrew Wiggins?

  Averaging 10 points per game less than he did last year, Kevin Love is having an underwhelming year. Trade talks involving the Minnesota all star forward for 19 year old phenom Andrew Wiggins out of Kansas dominated talk upon LeBron’s return to Cleveland. Wiggins eventually signed a contract with...


Love for Cleveland?

  The Minnesota Timberwolves and Cleveland Cavaliers have been discussing a potential deal that would send All-Star forward Kevin Love to the Cavaliers for Andrew Wiggins (1st overall pick this year), Anthony Bennett (1st overall pick last year) and other pieces. The Cavs and Timberwolves have had ongoing discussions about...