Tag Archives: supply-side economics

Tying Today To Our Real Past

This is one of a series of “chats” Heather Cox Richardson posted on the history of the Republican Party. The full collection is on her facebook website. Each chat is about an hour. I believe there are 16 of them. … Continue reading

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Choosing Those Who Believe In Reality

As the country careens toward the end of the election season, Iowa is literally careening toward the vary dubious (and preventable) mark of over 100,000 of its citizens having been infected. That is over 3% and growing fast. Of those … Continue reading

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Horse And Sparrow Economics

  About 4 minutes Listening to Them Hartmann last week I heard a discussion concerning the long history of trickle down economics. Like most I thought that trickle down was a creation of of people like Arthur Laffer and his … Continue reading

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Prime the Pump

This is another guest post from Larry Hodgden. Larry is a retired Viet Nam era veteran of the USAF. He and his wife of 40 years, Sharon, have three children and seven grandchildren who keep him very busy. Family, education, … Continue reading

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