Monthly Archives: October 2012

Randi Rhodes on Romney and FEMA

She says it perfectly so I’ll just let her tell this one. From her blog today: “A natural disaster is a good time to reflect on what we need to do to avoid an unnatural disaster. Right now, that’s clearer … Continue reading

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Randi Rhodes on Romney and FEMA

She says it perfectly so I’ll just let her tell this one. From her blog today: “A natural disaster is a good time to reflect on what we need to do to avoid an unnatural disaster. Right now, that’s clearer … Continue reading

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Pontoon – Little Big Town

Update: Not surprisingly, Pontoon just won best single of the year at the County Music Awards.

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Replacing the invisible hand: The third industrial revolution

While at least some of Krugman’s suggestions might help in the short run we also need to think long-term and create a better socio-economic system beyond the invisible hand Krugman still accepts. Rifkin and cohorts are implementing such a system … Continue reading

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Exposing the Invisible Hand

The “invisible hand” is like a religious belief that the market has a mind and will of its own and will be ok if we just keep focused on our own self-interest. In other words, this invisible hand is out … Continue reading

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Exposing the Invisible Hand

The “invisible hand” is like a religious belief that the market has a mind and will of its own and will be ok if we just keep focused on our own self-interest. In other words, this invisible hand is out … Continue reading

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Accurate polling data v. spin machines: Obama will win!

Princeton Election Consortium (PEC) defends Nate Silver of 538against conservative spin that Silver’s projections are more based on personal bias than on fact. The article also links to Krugman’s defense of Silver. The good news is that both PEC and … Continue reading

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Middle income and wealth decline

Here’s just one example from Pew Research. It is a detailed study that includes not only data but how people perceive their income over time. From the section “Income trends from government data”: “For the half century following World War … Continue reading

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Bryant on the Whole, the One and Totality

Sometimes I wonder if he reads IPS forum and/or my blog. And/or perhaps what we’ve said is just an obvious logical extension of what he and other OOOers have already said. Some points from the post akin to my recent … Continue reading

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Bryant on the Whole, the One and Totality

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