Brad Boyle is an entrepreneur and CEO of an international company. A graduate of UC Berkeley and has an MBA from Columbia University of New York City.
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Debt Deals and Deficits – A New Tax Plan

I wrote this almost a year ago when the Super Committee was convened to find a way to deal with the potential first fiscal cliff that United States was facing. Amazing that a year later we are in the same boat. Power to the People The entire American experiment was designed as a way for … Continue reading

Federal Budget Numbers

In early January of this year I was listening to two pundits argue over the deficit, the budget and taxes. It drove me crazy because I have my core beliefs on the economics of politics, but I really did not know what was behind the budgets. So I actually started looking for the Federal Budget, … Continue reading

Your Tax IQ! Do you really know? I want your opinion.

With all the talk of taxes, I want to know how many of the following questions you know the answers to. Later on tonight, I will post the 2011 Federal Budget so you can actual see how our government spends and where. Lets have some fun with this and get as many people from all … Continue reading

A Lesson from China

I have been fortunate enough to do business on four continents and see how great this world is. The more I travel and meet with people, the more I recognize that America is the greatest country on earth. The majority of my international work the past few years has been in China and I had … Continue reading

Scare Tactics – A humorous take

Joss Whedon, the director of “The Avengers” says that not only will Romney’s tone take us backward, it will expedite the looming and dreaded “Zombie Apocalypse”. I am extremely disappointed in any scare tactic that politicians use as there is usually very limited proof they are true. It also leads us to vote against someone … Continue reading

Social Issues and Pragmatism……

A couple nights ago, I came home from work and my newborn (six weeks old) had a cold. Fortunately I have insurance and if we need to take her to a doctor we certainly could. However, when she was just three weeks old, she spiked a fever and our amazing pediatrician did not wink an … Continue reading

Capitalism and the Mayflower

Most Americans think of Thanksgiving as the courage of the Pilgrims that came to America on the Mayflower.  What they do not know is that the Pilgrims were socialists who eventually became converts to capitalism. In the book “Mayflower” by Nathaniel Philbrick, the voyage, founding and the daily doings of Plymouth, Massachusetts is discussed in great detail … Continue reading

One question for the President: Where are the economic plans?

Obama came out fighting and was certainly stronger and looked more involved in this latest debate. With that said, I was listening for more information about what Obama was going to do with another four years and I really did not hear anything except increase the tax burden on those making more money,  and it … Continue reading

"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by sword. The other is by debt." -John Adams 1826


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