What Labour Can Learn from the Corbyn Leadership Campaign by Bryan Gould First posted 6th September 2015 No one, surely, could begrudge Jeremy Corbyn the odd chuckle or two when he contemplates, in his private moments, the consternation he has … Continue reading
By Prue Plumridge Belief in a flat Earth is found in the oldest writings and early Mesopotamian maps showed the world as a flat disk floating in the ocean. Thankfully things have moved on since that time and we now accept … Continue reading
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Dr. Stephanie Kelton of UMKC explains that much of our current jobs crisis stems from a fundamental misunderstanding about the relationship between the US and its currency. She runs the blog New Economic Perspectives This lecture was given at Luther … Continue reading
Bullshit Mountain, UK by alittleecon First posted on October 8, 2012 The title of this post is an allusion to Jon Stewart’s recent debate with Bill O’Reilly (watch it here – it’s very entertaining). Stewart’s argument was that many Republicans dwell on “Bullshit Mountain”. Their … Continue reading