The Book of Jobs By Joseph E. Stiglitz →
Forget monetary policy. Re-examining the cause of the Great Depression—the revolution in agriculture that threw millions out of work—the author argues that the U.S. is now facing and must manage a similar shift in the “real” economy, from industry to service, or risk a tragic replay of 80 years ago. This is a long, but very interesting point of view on the American Economy.
Since I wrote a column last month asking why these rules exist, I’ve spoken with...– Tests Cast Doubt on F.A.A. Restrictions on Kindle and iPad - NYTimes.com (via felixsalmon)
We wouldn’t have an embassy in Iran. I wouldn’t allow that to be there.– Rep. Michele Bachmann, on how she wouldn’t allow a U.S. embassy in Iran if elected president. The U.S. hasn’t had an embassy in Iran in more than three decades. (via officialssay)
Very interesting and well thought-out comment with regards to the chart shown on my previous post. I found it to be very realistic from a philosophical point of view and at the same time very impractical and abstract. It reminded me of the rhetoric typically heard in a political philosophy class in college. It still makes for an interesting read. Game Over on Dec 1, 10:01...
This Is What The End Of The Global Debt...