Article in Forbes bashes Keynesianism for the fraud that it is: During 2009 there was a lot of smug talk among academic and political liberals of Keynesianism enjoying a triumphant revival. But in the real world of jobs, wages and production--as opposed to the imaginary one of the chattering classes--the evidence shows that John Keynes' notion of being able to spend your way out of recession has not worked this time, if it ever did. It's important to note that ordinary voters are more sharply aware of this idea's failure than are the Western governments that have put their trust in Keynes.
Bravo to you!!! I'm buying a bottle tomorrow because of this!!!
Thank you for not using the violence of the state. So awesome that you chose to seek a more voluntary solution to the situation ... I must say I am very proud of you!!
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Thanks TJ. We try to live by the golden rule.
http://RevolutionNews.US ~ Daniel Ellsberg, perhaps the most famous leaker in U.S. history, is urging Assange to stay under cover. Ellsberg believes new orders from President Obama might make it possible for U.S. agents to assassinate him. Or make it look like a suicide.
A good example of one of the things that is wrong with conservatives is provided by a conservative named Rich Lowry, who has an article today about the Detroit bomber case on nationalreviewonline.com, one of the premier websites in the conservative movement.
Lowry is upset that the suspect in the Detroit bomb base, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, was treated as federal criminal suspect rather than an enemy combatant in the war on terrorism.