Stories written by James Davis
James F. Davis is the President of Accuracy in Academia (AIA), a Washington, DC non-profit. He grew up on a family farm, has a degree in economics from Cornell University, and an MBA from the American University. He served in the US Army for 3 years as a company commander and computer systems analyst. He spent most of his adult life as an international banker, first with Chase Manhattan Bank where he held long-term assignments in Europe, Latin America and the USA. Positions included long and short-term Economic Forecasting and Planning Officer, Country Risk Analyst, and Expansion & Diversification Officer. He was also head of Multinational Lending for Chase in Venezuela. He moved to several other banking institutions where positions held included being the head of the Trade Finance Division, the Real Estate Division, the Latin American Division, and the International Division. He has been profiled in "Who's Who" in International Banking. Being responsible for a bank's business in many countries requires the analysis of the economic, social and political conditions in those countries that they did business. He learned firsthand what government policies helped bring about economic prosperity and which ones caused poverty. He accurately predicted the debt defaults of Mexico and Brazil in 1982 six months before the events. He traveled extensively in more than 50 countries, meeting with many world leaders. Seeing first hand how events were misreported in the dominant media motivated him to become involved with Accuracy in Media (AIM) where he is a Director. He was an elected representative in Darien, CT for 20 years, a member of the Finance & Budget Committee, and at times Chairman for Education, and head of the Taxpayers Association and the recent Chairman of the Clay County, NC Republican Party.

Private Investment Trumps Government Investment

For many, “Christmas is a time when kids tell Santa what they want and adults pay for it. Deficits are when adults tell the government what they want and their kids pay for it.” (Richard Lamm, former Colorado governor). Sad, but true. The purpose of this discussion is to explain the difference between government and […]

December 14, 2011 | Posted in James Davis,National | Read More »

The Cascading Effect of World Bank Debt

Is the world banking system about to collapse? How will it affect you? Last week the virtually unregulated US Federal Reserve Bank (FED) and five other countries’ central banks made it cheaper and easier for banks to borrow dollars in emergencies to cover their obligations. US dollar denominated trade with the Euro-zone and other European […]

December 8, 2011 | Posted in James Davis,National | Read More »

Psychologist Analyzes Liberals

Recently I attended a lecture explaining the “Liberal Mind” by PhD. psychologist, Timothy C. Daughtry.  He gave his explanation as to how such a minority (30%) in the United States has been able to impose its politics on the majority.  When using the word Liberal below we are talking about the political Liberal. Liberals dominate […]

December 1, 2011 | Posted in James Davis | Read More »

Obama is Digging the Grave of the USA

“If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging,” suggested Will Rogers. President Obama keeps digging. To be fair, he inherited a recession caused by programs he had voted for while Senator; for example, the bank bailout. Also an overheated housing boom was caused largely by a combination of the Federal Reserve’s keeping interest rates […]

September 13, 2011 | Posted in James Davis | Read More »

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