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When Militant Labor Strikes Back - Reorganizing the Philippine Left

“ The problem with unions today is that there aren’t enough of them.” -Martin Johns

In the aftermath of the Berlin Wall’s fall and the oil crisis of the 1970’s, right-wing organizations seized control of the world’s political machinery as the Left’s popularity collapsed along with the USSR.

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Philippine Politics

The Keynesian Blunder Down Under

Time for an update on the perpetual motion machine of Keynesian economics.

We’ll start with the good news. The Treasury Department commissioned a study on the efficacy of the so-called stimulus spending that took place at the end of last decade. 822 more words


Capitalism: The Parasite That Feeds off The Middle Class

Is it merely a coincidence that the middle class has been going extinct since the 1980’s?–since the birth of Goldwater/Reagan Conservatism? The only thing that has trickled down to the middle class and the folks who, since the dawn of Republican trickle down diarrhea and Democratic neoliberalism bullshit, are the crumbs left by the aristocrats–the wealthiest 2% of Americans. 1,960 more words


To Prime or not to Prime?

In a recent interview with The Economist, President Trump discussed his economic agenda, which, among many initiatives, includes infrastructure stimulus spending, passing a new healthcare bill, and improving the quality and quantity of American manufacturing. 442 more words

German Central Bank Warns Not To Use Bitcoin As It Is Not Backed By A Central Bank(Video)

Central banking, which is a tenet of communism and a scheme to impoverish the many to benefit a few, is one of the evilest, most pernicious and rapacious entities on Earth.  79 more words

Economic Report

The Death of Keynesian Economics... Reagan's 4th Year in Office: 7.75 GDP... Obama's 4th Year in Office: 2.2 GDP

Jim Hoft Apr 28th, 2012 12:51 pm 

It’s time to give Keynesian socialism a proper burial.
It doesn’t work. It never did. Big government socialism only brings on more debt, waste and suffering. 458 more words


Memories of SimCity and its Legacy

I remember when I first booted up SimCity 3000 at the age of 6 or so. I was instantly blown away by the sheer scale of the simulation. 933 more words