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Leftism on the Minnesota Home Front with the big-bucks Dem Governor, Mark Dayton

Neither of Minnesota’s major political parties have much valued Mark Dayton, the wealthy, often dazed, disturbed, and otherwise unstable former US Senator from our lefty goopher-state who was too ill to stand for re-election….but he managed enough financial resources to buy his ‘elected’ seats, now occupying the one where he is called “Governor”. 460 more words

Economics And Finance

U.S. Big Business Outpacing Economy

from the National Center for Policy Analysis:

May 22, 2015

Over the last two decades, the largest U.S. companies have grown faster than the economy as a whole. 276 more words

Marxism

If you want more money and more Freedom, Move to a Red State!

from the National Center for Policy Analysis:

May 8, 2015

The competition among the states is becoming more intense as businesses become more mobile. Toyota and Boeing are two high-profile employers in America that have crossed state borders because of the policy advantages of one state over another. 279 more words

Economics And Finance

Suze Orman Allowed Woeful Advice, While Regulators Muzzle Broker/Dealers

On March 28, Suze Orman said goodbye to “The Suze Orman Show.”After fourteen years, she ended her weekly slants and rants to callers about how to improve their personal finances. 1,158 more words

Economics And Finance

"The market cannot be usefully understood as separate from society" : Social Economics, Social Economists and the Real World - by Wilfred Dolfsma

Social Economics understands the economy as value-laden – laden with values not just of a ‘bourgeois’ kind, such as prudence and thrift. The values of prudence and thrift are values that are consistent with a view of the market as an means for actors of all stripes to maximize whatever it is that they want to maximize. 684 more words

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"It was very important in the early days to maintain a high level of quality and we continue this philosophy to this day" - an interview with Edward Elgar

To mark the publication of the 300th title in the International Library of Critical Writings in Economics we interviewed Edward Elgar, the founder and Chairman of Edward Elgar Publishing, to learn more about how this important book series began and its enduring popularity amongst academic reference libraries. 746 more words

Economics And Finance

Neither free trade nor protection: how to change what we think about trade - by Bill Dunn

Both traditional and heterodox theories of trade tend to assume that either trade must be free, or that it must be protected. But, as Dr Bill Dunn… 995 more words

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