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This blog is primarily about economics and the economy, my attempts at organic gardening, and various other things like politics and writing that will pop up from time to time.

I am Christian, Married, Writer/Published Author/Commentator, conservative,  former accountant, gardener/farmer, economics enthusiast, Veteran, Patriot Guard Rider & Legion Rider.

My economics was first via education Keynesian and Monetarism, and finally by reason and intelligence, Austrian.

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  1. ANOTHER bunch of surprises. Econcomics (with a background in accounting?) – AND a conservative. I simply must read your entire blog now – YOU, I’ll bet, are *not* simply regurgitating some “party” line (which always sends me away screaming, so my “conservative” education is sorely lacking). Oh dear, where’s my to-do list?

    I’ll be back.
    xx,
    mgh

    Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CMC, SCAC, MCC
    - ADD Coaching Field co-founder -
    (ADDandSoMuchMore and ADDerWorld – dot com!)
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

  2. Rebecca N / Jul 22 2011 21:26

    This is a fantastic blog…I’m looking forward to reading more!!

    • Michael E Picray / Jul 26 2011 13:47

      Thank you! I always appreciate a good word. Like “chocolate”. Now, THAT’s a good word! ;-D

  3. Harry Quinn / May 9 2011 20:23

    Your articles are an interesting read Michael, good job over all. Have a great day.

    • m. picray / May 9 2011 22:22

      “…and thanks for all the fish!”

      ;-D

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