Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Year of the Consumer

It’s been another rocky year for the average American but there are have been some important, even starling developments. First of all, there was the Occupy movement. One of the things that the Occupy movement helped frame is widespread advocacy. … Continue reading

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The Worst of the Worst

On Wednesdays I write Neurotic Man and on Sundays a short piece repeats about the site in general. On Thursday there’s a column about non-violent protest and its importance in our daily life. The rest of the time it’s politics … Continue reading

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The Third Way, Part 4

On Wednesdays I write Neurotic Man and on Sundays a short piece repeats about the site in general. On Thursday there’s a column about non-violent protest and its importance in our daily life. The rest of the time it’s politics … Continue reading

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Neurotic Man Finds He Can’t Always Get What He Wants

On Wednesdays I write Neurotic Man and on Sundays a short piece repeats about the site in general. On Thursday there’s a column about non-violent protest and its importance in our daily life. The rest of the time it’s politics … Continue reading

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Economics and Politics from the Supply-Side

Yesterday we touched upon supply-side economics, the trickle-down theory, Austrian economics, and Reaganomics and how each has serious problems in the world of economics. Unfortunately, the world of politics uses economics as a tool to achieve ends and politics is … Continue reading

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Trickle Down: Economics with a Urinary Tract Infection

The supporters of Trickle Down like to call it something else, anything else whether it is supply-side economics, Reaganomics, or the Austrian School. These things are all a little different but the end result is the same – let’s pretend … Continue reading

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Never on a Sunday

This Sunday of course, is a horse of a different color. My regular Sunday message is below but before we get to that I want to add that I hope your Christmas is filled with joy and delight. And that … Continue reading

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Labels, Christmas, and Hope

On Wednesdays I write Neurotic Man and on Sundays a short piece repeats about the site in general. On Thursday there’s a column about non-violent protest and its importance in our daily life. The rest of the time it’s politics … Continue reading

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The Republican Un-American Party and Voodoo Economics

On Wednesdays I write Neurotic Man and on Sundays a short piece repeats about the site in general. On Thursday there’s a column about non-violent protest and its importance in our daily life. The rest of the time it’s politics … Continue reading

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The Third Way, Part Three

On Wednesdays I write Neurotic Man and on Sundays a short piece repeats about the site in general. On Thursday there’s a column about non-violent protest and its importance in our daily life. The rest of the time it’s politics … Continue reading

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