You’ll Never Find Him In Those Canyons

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The passing of Sir Sean Connery has reminded me of one of his films. In The Hunt For Red October, a sonar operator happens upon...

Jobs Are A Cost Of Windfarms, Not A Benefit

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The Times reports on a weird perversion of economics here. People are complaining that the new windfarms are going to be too cheap: Britain is...

Hosting A Supranational Kegger

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I once saw a towering drunken meathead lose his rag in a pub when denied service and throw every item on the bar into...

The Latest Third World Debt Crisis

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Brown, who played a major part in helping tackle Africa’s debt crisis 20 years ago, said if a comprehensive solution were to be found...

If Only People Would Grasp The Implications Of Their Own Observations

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There's an idea out there that we should become a more socially equal country. One that's equal in civil liberty is clearly a desirable...

China Has Sort Of Bounced Back From The Coronavirus

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China becomes first major economy to recover from Covid-19 pandemic But not, you know, totally. The Chinese economy grew 4.9% between July and September, according to...

Well, Actually, Fatima Should Retrain As Something Other Than A Ballet Dancer

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Much opprobrium being heaped upon political heads about this ad telling a ballet dancer that perhaps she should retrain into cybersecurity. The problem here...

The Glorious Victory Of Neoliberal Globalisation

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This idea that poor brown folks are just like richer, gammony ones, is what motivates the neoliberal globalisers like myself. An enrichment of melanin...

Key Points to Consider Before Investing in the Forex Market

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Key Points to Consider Before Investing in the Forex Market There are various ways to participate in the foreign exchange or forex market, the largest...

What The Price Of Slaves Tells Us About The Workers’ Wages

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It's a general principle of economic thinking that higher productivity workers will get paid more. Further, that when productivity rises generally then the workers...