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“Take A Pill” Consequences

By Gary Christenson – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Headache? Muscle ache? Back ache? Take a pill! An over-the-counter pill will diminish the symptoms and pain. The consequences will come later. 852 more words

Monetary Policy

Better news for the UK Public Finances but at what social cost?

Last week some new data emerged which gave us a slightly different perspective on the UK government finances.

General government deficit (or net borrowing) was £39.4 billion in 2017, a decrease of £19.0 billion compared with 2016; this is equivalent to 1.9% of GDP, 1.1 percentage points below the reference value of 3.0% set out in the Protocol on the Excessive Deficit Procedure.

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General Economics

April 21 - Stimulus And Response

So be very careful to love the Lord your God.
(Joshua 23:11)

Read: Joshua 22:21-23:16, Luke 20:27-47, Psalm 89:14-37, Proverbs 13:17-19

Relate: For the past few classes, I have been teaching emotions to my first graders. 804 more words

Daily Walk

Tame inflation keeps pressure on Bank of Japan to maintain stimulus

By Tetsushi Kajimoto

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s headline inflation slowed in March from February, highlighting the central bank’s struggle to hit its 2 percent price growth target after five years of heavy stimulus, keeping it under pressure to maintain an ultra-easy monetary policy. 359 more words

Analysis And News

Keynesian Economics and Transitory, Beggar-Thy-Neighbor Stimulus

When I give speeches on Keynesian economics, I usually begin with a theoretical discussion on why consumer spending is a consequence of growth rather than the cause of growth. 910 more words

Deficit

How Do You Spend a Trillion Dollars a Year and Not Cure Cancer?

How do you spend a trillion dollars a year, over 6 trillion dollars in less than 6 years, and not cure cancer?

Murder by guns vs.

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Small Business

Idea Capitalist reblogged this on Idea Capitalists and commented:

Murders by guns are minuscule compared to deaths by cancer. Where are our priorities?