February 2009

Get the Word Out!

by Joshua on February 26, 2009 · 0 comments

While trying to transition this blog onto a new platform, I will also be starting a new phase in my posts. Over the next few months I intend to move from the generalities of steady-state economics to the specifics; that is, we know that it’s good, but how do we get there and what does […]

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Recently congress passed the nearly $800 billion “stimulus” package (passed with strong republican opposition). For more information on the package itself, you can even go to the website devoted to it to learn more. There are many mixed views on it’s ability to help, harm, or do nothing to our economy. I confidently believe that […]

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“By the people, for the people” not by and for corporations. In Thom Hartman’s book What Would Jefferson Do? the author quotes Mussolini’s description of fascism as it “should more appropriately be called corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power.” This has long since happened in American politics – and has […]

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These few first days of the president’s term in office have many people thinking. I am wondering what is being done for a moral economy, one that focuses on more than just “bailing-out” a broken system? The economy is so much more than our jobs and our money. The affects of our economy are felt […]

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