Category Archives: Supply-Side Economics

The Mean Season

Here’s a thought. The worst of times is when you’re told it’s the best of times, and you are told that you’d damned well better get a smile on your face and appreciate what’s going on around you right now, … Continue reading

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Life in Smugtown, USA

Rochester, New York – it was the last stop before arriving here in Los Angeles in 1981 or so. The change was an expected cultural shift – no more snow and no more snow tires of course, and in that … Continue reading

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It’s Always the End of the World Somewhere

We live in apocalyptic end-of-the-world times – but we always live in apocalyptic end-of-the-world times. That’s just how we think, and maybe we’re all just drama queens, fighting our quite ordinary and cyclical rather meaningless woes by pretending they are … Continue reading

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