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The Best-Laid Plans

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It happened on November 20, 2017. After 25 years, it was time to say goodbye to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. It cost Georgia taxpayers 4 million to build, 1989-1992. In today’s dollars, that is 5 million. The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium is going to replace it, right next door. Total public funding: 0 million. Here today. Gone tomorrow. The first hour of the “Today Show” in Atlanta was pre-empted by the fireworks. There was a long delay. Advertisers were no doubt unhappy. Time to buy old US gold coins  Read the Whole Article

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It happened on November 20, 2017. After 25 years, it was time to say goodbye to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

It cost Georgia taxpayers $214 million to build, 1989-1992. In today’s dollars, that is $385 million.

The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium is going to replace it, right next door. Total public funding: $600 million.

Here today. Gone tomorrow.

The first hour of the “Today Show” in Atlanta was pre-empted by the fireworks. There was a long delay. Advertisers were no doubt unhappy.

Time to buy old US gold coins

Gary North

Gary Kilgore North (born February 1942) is an American Christian Reconstructionist theorist and economic historian. North has authored or coauthored over fifty books on topics including Christian theology, economics, and history. He is an Associated Scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

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