The world is changing again. Instead of a 40-something running for President, we have two 60 or 70-somethings. Maybe it takes that long to learn that being purchased by a billionaire is not the only way to run for President. The most significant event of the current 2016 run for the Presidency on either side […]
Entries Tagged as 'Populism'
August 25th, 2015 · Comments Off on Trump, Bush and Rubio — The Three Blind Mice of 2016 · 2016 Presidential Campaign, Corporations and Industry, Education, Politics, Populism, Wall Street
There is so much hype about so little talent in the GOP’s “Race to Once More Losing the Presidency” that we thought it might be a good idea to take a look inside the Clown Car and provide a little truth to spread around on the floor to make it easier to clean up after […]
April 25th, 2013 · Comments Off on Starting Over in the New World · ALEC, Economics, Politics, Populism
There is an ongoing petulant argument being carried out in what one might call the economic and political press. Should we cut government which will supposedly make us leaner and meaner and more ready to expand our economy? Or should we create more jobs, try to jump start the economy, create public jobs and revenues […]
February 10th, 2013 · Comments Off on Failure of Conservative Economics, Part III The Big Economic Lie · Capitalism, Economics, General, Politics, Populism
No discussion of Conservative economics will be complete without a full analysis and review of the theories of Fredrich Hayek. Hayek was an Austrian economist who moved to England in the early 1930s and taught at the London School of Economics. The general tone of his work is that free competition in the marketplace and […]