Tag Archives: Structural Unemployment

Hard Times Made Only Marginally Better

Thursday, July 15 – a day of big events, as BP stops the damned oil leak in the Gulf (for now) and Congress passes the financial reform legislation – the biggest package of changes since banking reform and the creation … Continue reading

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Shutting Things Down

Let’s see. The State of California requires that you buy auto insurance – if you have no certificate of insurance you cannot register your car and get license plates and all that. Some work around this somehow or other – … Continue reading

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The Now Quaint Idea That Effort Is Related To Reward

It’s a pretty standard joke in situation comedies. There’s always the character that gets into absurd impossible situations – scheduling two dates with two gorgeous women for exactly the same time and the same place, or buying a build-your-own-peanut-butter-castle franchise … Continue reading

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