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Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Misconceptions About the Town Debt

Yesterday members of council received a letter from our auditors that should clear up any misconceptions floating around about debt and debentures. It is clear and succinct. I was also forwarded an email from a candidate (sent to his supporters) with misleading statements about how much debt there is. I don’t know if it was . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Misconceptions About the Town Debt

350 or bust: We’ve Been Lied To About The Real “Bottom Line”

Forget everything you’ve been told about economics, and learn about the “externalities” our entire economy ignores. Canadian geneticist and climate hero Dr David Suzuki explains the fallacy of conventional economics, in an interview done for the BBC. Posted by Sustainable Man: * David Suzuki.org New Economics Foundation  

350 or bust: Sell Your Crap. Pay Your Debts. Do What You Love.

This week’s TED Talk features Adam Baker, founder of ManVsDebt, a blog which focuses on a simple message: The first step to living a life of passion and purpose is to remove the barriers that hold you back. It sounds like good advice to me! * ManVsDebt.com  

The Scott Ross: Your Country’s Finances Are Exactly Like Yours

Many scoff at the conservative analogy that the American government should manage its finances like a household, but little do they realize the idea doesn’t strengthen conservativism, it weakens it.

After a fiscal cliff deal that only increased taxes, many right-leaning politicians are preparing for a fight in order to cut spending. To bring the . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Your Country’s Finances Are Exactly Like Yours

The Scott Ross: The Conservative Economic Record

Sept 2012: Unemployment is up at 7.4%; it has been increasing since June while American unemployment has only gone down.

July 2012: Worst trade deficit ever in Canadian history at $2.3 billion.

2012: GDP growth rate is declining (PDF pg 22). Canada is no longer the fastest growing economy in the G7; it is now . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Conservative Economic Record