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Waffle Street and Say's Law

In re Waffle Street, Jimmy Adams has himself put up a comment in the comments thread.

While Steve may be unwilling to take an ounce of credit for it, allow me to publicly recognize his “little red book” as being the most influential of all the economic literature that I referenced in writing “Waffle Street.” Say’s Law is the transcendent and ironically, least appreciated, principle of economics.

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Economic Theory And Policy

Waffle Street the movie is coming

Waffle Street the book is a true life adventure in which the author learns about the meaning of Say’s Law by going from an investment house to working the night shift at a Waffle House. 414 more words

Law Of Markets

Hillary's rules for radicals

Speaking of which, why does no one even bother to mention that Hillary’s senior thesis was on Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. Once upon a time unavailable. 56 more words

Politics - International

Book Review: 'Wonder'

So…I saw a lot of people talking about this book ‘Wonder’ by R J Palacio and how good of a book it was so I thought i’d take it upon me and bought it a couple of months ago to then finish it a couple of days ago. 135 more words


The Problem of Susan- Always a Queen of Narnia?

Spoilers- The Chronicles of Narnia

When I was child I adored The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe I had a paperback copy of the story which had been read and re-read so many times the pages and cover was coming away. 533 more words

Book Review

Tom Woods on Say's Law

This is a podcast of me talking to Tom Woods about Say’s Law. I think of it as the single most important economic issue of our time, because if we don’t finally work it out that Keynes got it completely wrong, we are going to create for ourselves a permanently lower standard of living and a widening underclass of the unemployed and under-employed. 136 more words

Economic Theory And Policy

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that was started by The Broke and The Bookish.

This week’s topic is…

August 25: Top Ten Books That Would Be On My Syllabus If I Taught “Second-Chance” Classics… 639 more words