Keynes: government can fix mass unemployment. Hayek: government should not interfere with the free market.
by crankalicious6 weeks ago
I find it hard to believe that even people who voted for Donald Trump aren't starting to realize that there is something seriously wrong with him. He is either insane or such a narcissist that he's incapable of rational...
by My Esoteric31 hours ago
On State of the Union Gov John Kasich. in part. "called for a centrist approach, saying those with extreme views on both sides of the aisle needed to be 'marginalized' ..."Do You Agree?The context is at...
by Josak3 years ago
Some thoughts:No campaign contributions allowed all campaigns are funded by a tiny flat tax every party receives a given amount to publicize their views so long as they can get say 50 000 party members. Yearly full IRS...
by Tim Lajoie13 months ago
Trump is not a conservative...so what? His positions have changed over the years...so what? My parents were liberals and became conservatives who voted for Ronald Reagan. People hold views that change...
by Ralph Deeds3 years ago
Economists Agree: Solutions Are ElusiveBy EDUARDO PORTERPublished: April 23, 2013 "Last week the International Monetary Fund hosted a conference of some of the world’s top macroeconomists to assess...
by dingdondingdon6 years ago
Since we talk a lot about politics in these forums, I'm curious about what everyone feels most strongly about. Is it gay rights? Abortion? The economy? Employment rights? What's your most important issue?
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