Category Archives: Economy

What is My “World View”?

Every once in a while, someone inquires about my “world view”.   Here it is: There is nothing unreal in the entire known Universe, with the one exception of what happens in the imaginations of humans. Humans often get trapped in … Continue reading

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Where Have All the Inventors Gone?

NOTE: The following thoughts were posted in response to someone at DailyPaul.com asking the question posed by the title of this page. To your question, where have all the inventors gone?, I have no statistics to offer, and I have … Continue reading

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Why (and for whom) Our Economy Works

Contrary to popular opinion, it’s fairly simple to understand our national economy. I’ll cut to the chase and tell you that our “economy” is built for the benefit of those who profit every time money changes hands.  Therefore, their priority … Continue reading

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The Painless Recovery

It is interesting to witness The United States in its present gyrations over the need for economic reform.  It seems that things have gotten bad enough that most of us now believe that something ought to change.  Frankly, however, that’s … Continue reading

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