Filed under: Foreign Policy, Iraq, Military, National Security, Terrorism, The United States | Tags: Attacking, Uncertainty, Warfighting
Warfighting 101: You don’t tell your enemy what you are going to do before you do it, nor what you are not going to do. You might explain that to your boss. It works better if they remain unsure of just what you might do.
When you announce that you will be leaving on September 1, they will just wait until September 2nd — when you’re gone.
Once you tell them that you are going to attack at 2:00 pm, they can just disappear until 3:00. Seems a little elementary, but strategy is usually based on surprising the other guy.
Filed under: Capitalism, Economy, Law, Taxes | Tags: Creating Jobs, Increasing Costs, Uncertainty
U.S. employment barely grew in November, and the jobless rate unexpectedly jumped to a seven-month high. The jobless rate rose to 9.8 percent. Nonfarm payrolls rose by only 39,000 the Labor Department said today. Economists had expected payrolls to increase by 140,000 last month and the unemployment rate to be unchanged.
The experience of small businesses like these folks is being replicated across the country. Departments of the Obama Administration are continuing to issue regulations — increasing government control of the economy — yet the regulators can’t figure out why the private sector is not creating more jobs. It’s simply a mystery.