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On Reaganomics

“Reaganomics” is a term used to describe the series of economic reforms President Ronald Reagan enacted during the 1980s, while the economy did expand as a result, the full impact of Reaganomics would not be felt until the 1990s, when a budget surplus was produced. 758 more words

Lazard's LCOE Report is Out for 2014

Lazard’s Levelized Cost of Energy report looks at energy costs both with and without subsidies.  Wind and solar continue to improve their position compared to other sources. 29 more words

Renewable Energy

Should Environmental Citizenship, Politics and Law Override the Free Market?

Despite what previous blog entries have detailed there are many who believe that the Free market should not be a determining factor in politics, and values and politics should override it in terms of environmental issues. 1,019 more words

Environmental Ethics

16the Geneva Report from Center for Economic Policy Research

Wow, it’s got some very interesting stuff in this thing. It’s surprising to see it in print. Check this statement out:

A “poisonous combination” of record debt and slowing growth suggest the global economy could be heading for another crisis, a hard-hitting report will warn on Monday.

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Limited Government

Ebola: The unprofitable disease

The satirical news publication the Onion was on point with its “coverage” of the worst recorded outbreak of Ebola, which has so far caused 4,500 deaths in West Africa. 2,136 more words


The Amazon monopoly debate is finished

In one sentence…

“..suffice it to say that ‘low and often non-existent profits’ and ‘monopoly’ are not really concepts that go together.”

Read the rest here: http://www.vox.com/2014/10/10/6954107/amazon-monopoly

On Minimum Wage

In my previous post about taxes, I concluded that sales tax was the best and most moral source of government funding, I described how standard of living would increase, how revenue would increase, and how there would be higher production. 771 more words