Posts by Hoosier Econ

Located out of Central Indiana. Blogger of economics, politics and societal trends. B.S. Criminology/Associate of Science Psychology Sixteen plus years in Criminology field with intelligence background on terrorism and crime.

REPORT: Government Owns Too Much Land That Could Be Developed

Local, state and federal government sits on an enormous amount of land that the private sector could make better use of. Continue reading →

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9/11 Anniversary: Intense Video At Ground Zero After Attacks

Every year 9/11 is just a crappy day for me. Continue reading →

America’s Descent Into Third World Culture

The growing segment of Americans who are becoming tolerant to the negatives of third world cultures is becoming worrisome.

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State & Local Governments Are Hiding $645 Billion Of Pension Debt

These soon to be taxpayer liabilities are connected to the already existing $1 trillion in pension shortfalls state & local governments have

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