Welcome to our blog!

Socjalizm

Socialism Makes People Selfish

Menu

Tag: economy


Can We Repeat JFK’s Magic Tax Formula? | Larry Kudlow

at 10:30 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The so-called liberal argument, which is probably more liberal today than it has been in many, many decades, they argue that we should have equality. Everybody should be equal. We should all make the same amount of money. We should all have the same assets and wealth. I don’t believe that. I think that’s fundamentally

Continue reading…

“Can We Repeat JFK’s Magic Tax Formula? | Larry Kudlow”

Richard Wolff on Uber founder’s $72.5 million home purchase while drivers strike for better wages

at 9:30 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The Guardian newspaper, a British newspaper (you can see why it might happen there), reports on the Los Angeles mansion bought by a co-founder of the Uber car ride service. Here’s what he paid: $72.5 million dollars for the house and the land. Why is this interesting? Well, around the world for the last a

Continue reading…

“Richard Wolff on Uber founder’s $72.5 million home purchase while drivers strike for better wages”

Cryptocurrency’s role in the future of money | Elad Gil

August 17, 2019 at 1:31 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

So, from an end-user perspective there’s a lot of questions around the impact of either Bitcoin or blockchains. And if you look at the very best technologies they tend to sort of eventually fade seamlessly into the background. So for example, you’re using your phone every day, but you don’t necessarily understand how TCPIP is

Continue reading…

“Cryptocurrency’s role in the future of money | Elad Gil”

Richard Wolff on Bernie Sanders’ Student Debt Forgiveness Plan

at 1:31 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

So, my first comment as an economist answers the question: is this a feasible way of going about the problem? There the answer is an unqualified yes, of course. Is this doable? Yes. Would it solve the problem? Absolutely. Let’s take a look. One of the questions raised about it is “oh my goodness this

Continue reading…

“Richard Wolff on Bernie Sanders’ Student Debt Forgiveness Plan”

Turning coal miners into coders is not the answer to automation | Andrew Yang

at 10:32 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

We’ve all deeply, deeply internalized the logic of the marketplace, which is that our value is reflected in our economic value. This is one reason why we have otherwise very, very smart well-intended people talking about how to turn coal miners into software coders. Why is it that we think that they must become software

Continue reading…

“Turning coal miners into coders is not the answer to automation | Andrew Yang”

Richard Wolff and Bob Hennelly on the myth that people “don’t want to work”

August 16, 2019 at 2:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

I’d like to also just personally attack this notion that people who don’t want to work. Let me be an economist and explain why this is not what you might think. In the aftermath of the crash of 2008 we saw in the United States a tremendous drop in what we call the labor force

Continue reading…

“Richard Wolff and Bob Hennelly on the myth that people “don’t want to work””

Democrats Take on Corporate Profits and CEO Pay: A Closer Look

at 12:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

-Corporate profits and CEO pay are soaring despite the president’s promise to be a champion of the working class. For more on this, it’s time for “A Closer Look.” [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ Donald Trump has many weird rhetorical tics. He knows like five words. He’ll never correct himself if he mispronounces something.

Continue reading…

“Democrats Take on Corporate Profits and CEO Pay: A Closer Look”