The Reality Behind Numbers
on 2 Oct 2015
4 comments, latest 8 years ago
http://www.economicpolicyjourn By Yonathan Amselem Last year, the world was stunned by an IMF report which found the Chinese economy larger and more productive than that of the United States, ...
The Destructiveness of Keynesian Priesthood under Democrat Guise
on 21 Sep 2014
5 comments, latest 9 years ago
http://www.economist.com/blogs In Mr Ferguson's story,Â Mr Summers, a formerÂ president of Harvard, former treasury secretary, and soon-to-be-former director of the White House National Economic Council, never saw a regulation ...
New Firms Create Jobs, Old Existing Firms Kill Jobs
on 13 Feb 2014
3 comments, latest 6 years ago
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/ Instead what do they do? Allow themselves to be manipulated and pander to the well-established D.C. lobbies of the decrepit corporate cryptkeepers that control all the levers... and ...
J. M. Keynes, the Damage Still Done By A Defunct Economist
on 10 Feb 2014
6 comments, latest 10 years ago
http://epictimes.com/article/3 Seventy-eight years ago, on February 4, 1936, the British economist John Maynard Keynes (18831946) published what soon became his most famous work, "The General Theory of Employment, Interest, ...
The Scandavian Dark Lands
on 3 Feb 2014
3 comments, latest 10 years ago
http://www.theguardian.com/wor Guardian. Whether it is Denmark's happiness, its restaurants, or TV dramas; Sweden's gender equality, crime novels and retail giants; Finland's schools; Norway's oil wealth and weird songs about ...
Without Pharoah, Who Would Have Built the Pyramids
on 28 Feb 2013
6 comments, latest 11 years ago
The Georgist Blindspots
on 22 Aug 2011
130 comments, latest 12 years ago
The so-called "geolib" position has been long refuted many years ago: http://mises.org/rothbard/geor Bob/Troy's pet link article written by Dan Sullivan makes several rudimentary errors: 1. It's a farce to ...