- Blogging will return
- Blowing Bubbles
- When did the US stop thinking big? Look at EDUCATION!
- War — what is it good for?
- Why we mess up
- Is Terror back?
- Tragedy in Boston
- In Surprise, Recovery in China Loses Steam
- Confused about North Korea? — Think Syria
- Told you so
- From Russia, with thought
- Relentless optimism?
- A Haircut in Cyprus
- Wealth and Social Justice
- Fantasies, Budgets, and Democracy
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Today, I post in its entirely a blog by Julian Lindley-French. I have sometimes had guest bloggers, but I don’t usually reprint entire blogs. But in this case, Julian says things better than I could! 25 February. Italy has gone … Continue reading
I was in London this week. Like most capital cities, the business center still looks prosperous: foreign capital is still fueling wining and dining and consumption and construction. Yet in the country at large, austerity policies are fueling a recessionary … Continue reading
This blog has been reminding people that, despite the irrational exuberance of the stock markets, buoyed by corporations taking axes to their labor costs and faith in the Fed and ECB, underlying growth remains terribly weak. How weak was seen … Continue reading
Can anyone doubt there is a God? — what are the odds that lighting would strike the Vatican hours after the announcement the Pope will resign? http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/lightning-strikes-vatican-day-pope-1704295 Is God happy or angry? Certainly it seems time for a change. The … Continue reading
From the point of view of an individual job seeker, the job market is vast and challenging. The main problem is to separate oneself from your competitors and find the job you desire. How many jobs are being created in … Continue reading