Category Archives: Microeconomics

Medium Priced Homes hit $1+Million

San Francisco Homes hit Million-Dollar Median Marker Carole VanSickle Ellis | August 4, 2014 | This two-bedroom, one-bath is priced just under $1 million and located in San Francisco. Would you pay that much for a home barely over 1,100 … Continue reading

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The Pope and Capitalism, by Walter Williams

The Pope and Capitalism December 17, 2013 by Walter Williams Pope Francis, in his apostolic exhortation, levied charges against free market capitalism, denying that “economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in … Continue reading

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Big Democrat City Poverty by Arnold Ahlert

Big Dem Cities, Big Dem Poverty by Arnold Ahlert On Sunday’s ABC This Week telecast, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich squared off with former Clinton Labor secretary Robert Reich, who tried to blame the increase in poverty over the last five years on the GOP. “Here’s the baloney,” … Continue reading

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Detroit: A Metaphor for America, By Dr. Jim Eckman

Detroit: A Metaphor for America Aug 17th, 2013 | By Dr. Jim Eckman | Category: Featured Issues, Politics & Current Events Detroit is the largest American city ever to file for bankruptcy.  The Economist summarizes the details:  Its long-term debt is estimated to be $18.2 billion … Continue reading

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Calling All Ron Paul Revolution High School Teachers! by Gary North, Sept. 8, 2012

I have written on a project that I wish Ron Paul would work on, now that he has retired from political office. That is the creation of a Ron Paul curriculum, which could be marketed independently, or it could be … Continue reading

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According to research, ten million people are awake at 3 AM in America, and seven million of them are working.

7-Eleven celebrates its 85th anniversary today (7/11/12) and to mark the occasion, stores will be handing out free seven-ounce Slurpees. And all the kids – and adults who have a little kid inside them – rejoiced. Coming from a business … Continue reading

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