And this one is great And it gives another bullet point to the ‘countries that have grown and improved their finances even while adopting austerity measures’ – that list now includes both Canada and Estonia.
Ken Rogoff gives a bunch of criticisms of why Capitalism, concerned that it isn’t sustainable. To summarize: Public goods are hard to price (e.g. Clean air and water) capitalism has produced extraordinary levels of inequality. the provision and distribution of… Read moreIs Capitalism Sustainable
This link says that statements by Dr. Krugman indicate that he doesn’t cook. This is the ‘graph in question: One popular Austrian commentator who has advised Paul, Peter Schiff, even warned (on Glenn Beck’s TV show) of the possibility of… Read morePaul Krugman doesn’t cook?
another characteristic form the elitism of intellectuals may take, namely, their tendency to dismiss the needs of ordinary people for certain freedoms on the assumption that such requirements are the luxury of the few while the masses should rightfully concern… Read moreFreedoms are the luxury of the few
Ayn Rand may have had a unworkable and unrealistic worldview, but her predictions about the politics of pull were absolutely correct. GM is partially owned by the government, and the management has a lot of access to government. So, of… Read moreThe Politics of Pull
Any organization that will manufacture felonies is not a force for good. And this isn’t penny-ante local cop BS. This is federal-level intimidation and trickery. But some of you will read this and shrug and say “well, this will never… Read moreThe government is not your friend