I'm still busy with the current struggle for my daily bread (hoping I can eventually earn enough dough from ECOMINOES to make it a full-time endeavor), and I've gained hundreds of new readers since Robert Wenzel mentioned me on Economic Policy Journal. So, in lieu of a traditional post, I'd like to take this opportunity to steer my new readers to some of my better recent posts. Yes, publishing a "best of" could be interpreted as being arrogant or lazy, but I'm simply too busy right now to post anything else. Hoping to have more time later this week...
Obama The Dictator: A Timeline
A fantastic catalogue of Obama's full-scale war on civil liberties and devotion to crony capitalism.
Rapid Decline In Vehicle Traffic Contrasts With Government's "Jobs Recovery" Story
INRIX reports that US vehicle traffic declined by 30% in 2011. This
contrasts greatly with the Government's "jobs recovery" story.
In Defense Of Rand's Endorsement Of Romney
Rand Paul, the first libertarian elected to the Senate, is ensuring that
libertarians have influence in the next president's administration.
Maybe even a cabinet position for his father.
More On The Ongoing Depression And The Coming Austerity
The decade-long U.S. depression has been masked by consumer and
governmental credit expansion. But austerity is coming, and it's going
to push the economy back into recession in 2013.
ECOMINOES Exclusive: Union "Salts" Operating In SC Boeing Plant
A source confidential to ECOMINOES has revealed that the International
Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers has "salts", or paid
union officials whose sole job is to recruit union members, operating in
the new Boeing plant in my hometown of Charleston, SC.
Financial Endgame Ahead: Six Head And Shoulders Patterns Portend Disaster
Head and shoulders patterns portend disaster in world markets and leading indicators. And I'm seeing these patterns everywhere.
Big Pharma Got To Obama On Obamacare, His Marijuana Pledge Went To Pot
Obama's 180 on marijuana policy was likely due to a secret Big Pharma deal for Obamacare.
Transportation Contract Stuffing Abridged
SC taxpayers spent millions of dollars for no reason but to blemish what should be pristine views of Charleston.
California: The GDP, Budgetary Woes, And Resistance To Austerity Of A PIIGS Nation
In terms of GDP and fiscal woes, California is to the U.S. what Spain is
to the Eurozone. California, unlike Spain, however, cannot be forced
out of its currency union should it become insolvent.
Return On Investment Of Higher Education In Two Simple Charts
Americans borrow tons of money for a college education so they can increase their likelihood of being unemployed.
A Hole In The Per Capita CO2 Argument As Large As The Great Cement Wall Of China
The American environmental lobby often cites China's comparatively low
per capita CO2 emissions to justify carbon legislation. But China's high
cement consumption suggests its "low" carbon numbers could be wrong.
Blog Audio Intro
A little audio I created on a rainy Saturday afternoon.