Tags » Economics » Page 2

Whose money is it anyway!

Before I go into the details I would like to make it clear that my views are based on my understanding of the situation based on the media reports (both left and right, print and digital) and conversations with my family and friends. 1,293 more words


An Introduction to the Young Hegelians

The times were dangerous. Almost all of the writings of the Young Hegelians were considered subversive. Even biblical scholarship was viewed as threatening when orthodox religious beliefs were considered essential to state security. 844 more words


SHOCK: The 'Father of global warming', James Hansen, dials back alarm

James Hansen: We Have a Little More Time After All (Whew!)

By Robert Bradley Jr.

“Contrary to the impression favored by governments, the corner has not been turned toward declining emissions and GHG amounts….

914 more words
James Hansen

The populist authoritarian tribe of the demagogue

I came across a piece by the Guardian encouraging its readers to break out of their bubbles and go read the views of those on distinctly republican websites, such as… 1,170 more words


Israeli Leaders Blame Palestinians for Fires Without a Shred of Evidence

Fires raged across Israel and the occupied West Bank last month, causing serious damage to property and destroying thousands of acres of natural forests. Immediately, Israeli government officials and members of the Israeli media… 526 more words


More Job Creation, A Higher Estimate of Q3 GDP Growth: What We Learned During the Week of November 28 - December 3

The labor market created more jobs during November while the economy grew at a faster than previously believed pace during the summer. Here are the 5 things we learned from U.S. 970 more words