1. Just wondering. If the Greek people are being asked to make extraordinary sacrifices to resolve a crisis largely not of their own making (see here, for example, on the mythology surrounding the Greek debt crisis, which — dare I say it — has a lot of vaguely racist shite about lazy southern . . . → Read More: Three Thoughts on the Greek Debt Crisis . . . → Read More: Three Thoughts on the Greek Debt Crisis
I would vote for Elizabeth Warren if I could, but I cannot. What I can do is help spread her rational message to the rest of my readership, a good percentage being American. Consider this your partisan announcement from Canada for the day. Filed under: Politics Tagged: Debt Crisis, Elizabeth Warren, Fair Taxation, Politcal […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Some Americans DO have a clue and are running for Public Office.
I feel like I’m repeating myself, having just written that the global crisis is not a crisis of debt but, rather, that the debt is a symptom of the long term decline in the rate of profit. Now, I read Stephen Harper and British Tory Prime Minister Davi… . . . → Read More: RedBedHead: Harper-nomics Is Recipe For Global Depression & Trade Wars
Some sober reflections on the present state of the global economy by the former Prime Minister. Not a lot of insight beyond the obvious, but Martin does provide some sound advice regarding the current sovereign debt crisis in Europe (that … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Paul Martin on the Economy
The US debt crisis is being oversimplified. The message we here is we cannot pay our debts and therefore we need balance our spending and balance the budget. Average people can understand that – but here is what has been done so far to combat debt via Whatever Works and a big thanks to Moe […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: US Debt – The Shock Therapy Begins