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|in true economy. - Burke, Edmund Frugality is founded on the principal that all |
riches have limits. - Burke, Edmund People do not understand what a great
revenue economy is. - Cicero, Marcus T. Commerce flourishes by circumstances,
|Cicero, Marcus T. Advice in old age is foolish; for what can be more absurd than |
to increase our provisions for the road the nearer we approach to our journey's ...
Cicero, Marcus T. People do not understand what a great revenue economy is.
|There does not seem to be any connection made between the fall in federal |
revenue from the 2008 financial and real ... does not have a revenue problem, he
belongs to a group of people who do not understand the impact of an economic ...
|So if not today, I say to my colleagues on the other side of the aisle, when will we |
realize this is an economic stimulus ... As you know, under this bill, as under the
prior bill, in States where there are high rates of unemployment, people do get 26
|and that tax revenues fall below projections by the same amount. In today's ... |
Friends, people who are listening across the country, let's think a minute: Is the
economy in good shape or is the economy in bad shape? I think every one ... On
the question of the fairness of this proposal, if this is fair, I do not understand
|But, since we do not live in a world ofrational consumers, companies need to |
understand how buyers can be swayed by the ... According to Simon, people (
and firms) do not always make decisions in accordance with the principles of
|WE shall be unfair to our forefathers if we do not understand the economic and |
political theories which they inherited ... a revenue can be drawn from a people
so little to their injury, as that which Great Britain draws is injurious to the natives
|Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Business and Enterprise |
Committee. 7 October 2008 Mr Chris Hannant, Mr Steve ... They need to consult
local businesses, local people and talk to the local authorities and engage with
them. ... If you do not, what should we do to ensure that we do have that because
it is a vital part of the process? ... the development of capacity, the understanding
of the local economy and how to measure impact, et cetera, within the local
David Faure, Pui-tak Lee - 2004 - 368 pages
|I am sure, Sir, that everybody must deplore the fact that there is a certain |
percentage of people who smoke opium to excess with very deplorable results. ...
has pointed out, the other sources of revenue have been pretty well milked in the
past and are not capable of any very great expansion. ... We are unable to
understand why we should not be allowed to discuss such a very important item
of expenditure ...