Index September 2012

2012-09-01: Brazil’s public workers end strike;
2012-09-02: Poverty: The new growth industry in America;
2012-09-03: Spain’s bad bank to take over toxic loans;
2012-09-04: What Is This Money Thing Anyway?
2012-09-05: Debt Cancellation in Mesopotamia and Egypt from 3000 to 1000 BC;
2012-09-06: Union membership in the US and Canada 1920 – 2009;
2012-09-07: The Myth That Japan Is Broke;
2012-09-08: A Referendum on Europe;
2012-09-09: Calling the China-Russia split by its right name;
2012-09-10: Approving depreciation;
2012-09-11: “We” Don’t Owe $16 Trillion; and You Don’t Owe $50,000;
2012-09-12: Prizes as mechanism to fund innovation: We all lose;
2012-09-13: Regulatory measures to reduce systemic risk are proving to be ineffective, possibly counterproductive;
2012-09-14: Trickle-Down Redux: Myths About Job Creation and the Private Sector;
2012-09-16: The Real Choice;
2012-09-17: Moody’s shows it has political agenda for U.S. fiscal policy;
2012-09-18: 10 Shocking Quotes About What QE3 Is Going To Do To America;
2012-09-19: Central Banks Versus the People;
2012-09-20: Plan to Avoid More Bailouts: EU Considers Splitting Up Major Banks;
2012-09-21: Labor: The Job Crisis, the Unemployable, and the Fiscal Cliff;
2012-09-22: BIG OLDIES with Andre Rieu;
2012-09-23: All Guinea Pigs: Severe toxic effects of a GMO and of the major herbicide of the world;
2012-09-23: Die kontrollierte Bevölkerungsreduzierung;
2012-09-24: The Drugs Don’t Work;
2012-09-25: Salman Rushdie on Life Under a Fatwa – Part 1;
2012-09-26: Quantitative Easing — A Toxic Stimulant;
2012-09-27: The fallacy of exogenous money – Jens Weidmann edition;
2012-09-28: On Manichean Worldviews and Effecting Change;
2012-09-29: Global systemic crisis – October 2012;
2012-09-30: Pitching how to make more money as the value of the dollar fails.

Comments are closed.