Taxpayers have legitimate reason to be outraged by the GSA. The watchdog of government spending, the General Services Administration, went on a fun-filled spending binge on our buck. Quiner’s Diner offers three observations on this state of affairs …

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By Tom Quiner The stock market crashed in October of 1929.  At the time of the crash, the unemployment rate was about 5 percent.  Two months later, it had moved up to nine percent, but dropped back down to 6.3 percent by June of the following year. Unemployment never hit double digits at anytime the…

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