I often talk about being patient when it comes to investing, but you may not understand what that means. Also, I hardly ever share recent buys in my portfolio, but to help you understand patience, I’m going to discuss a recent purchase.
When you think about all the struggles and violence in the world today, it seems that we are consumed as a species with fighting. We fight over oil fields and parking spaces. We fight over fishing grounds and whose skin color is best. We fight over who can gain the most yardage on a football field, and we fight over who gets to be the ultimate cage fighter.
One well-worn thought that has not been heard since Jerry Brown in 2010 won his third term as governor is the notion that California’s lawmakers need some adult supervision.
Five cities, including several in San Diego County, recently filed a lawsuit to stop the implementation of a bipartisan state law, SB 7, that was designed to encourage more cities to pay prevailing wage on local construction projects in order to increase quality, create more middle class jobs and provide the best possible value to local taxpayers.
From the moment Franklin Roosevelt proposed America’s first minimum-wage law in 1938 (25 cents per hour, or $11 a week), conservatives have fought increases every time and everywhere they’ve been proposed.
The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution consists of 45 relatively simple words. The Legal Information Institute, on a website under a Cornell University Law School banner, says the Amendment “protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference.”
There have been more articles recently about schools cutting arts and music budgets. As though music is expendable. As though we and our children can live without it.
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