Cycles of Abundance

There is a theory, and I don’t know where it originated, that capitalism and wealth generation is unsustainable for the mere fact that it takes hard work to create wealth and only brief laxity to destroy it if capital-saving mechanisms are not in place. Think of the spoiled child of rich parents, who never learns…

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Ten Key Elements of Economics – Part III

Continuing the series I started a month ago, here is an overview of the proper role of government in an economy, another installation Ten Key Elements of Economics series. I have significant qualms about these economic theses, and will accordingly not replicate the text here – but the analysis is important to bringing the argument…

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Ten Key Elements of Economics – Part II, Vol. II

Continuing the series I started three weeks ago, here are points four through seven in part two of the Ten Key Elements of Economics series: 4. An Efficient Capital Market: If a Nation is Going to Realize Its Potential, It Must Have a Mechanism Capable of Allocating Capital into Wealth-Creating Projects CONSUMPTION IS THE GOAL…

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Unbiased America…

a page you may want to follow on Facebook, posted the following discussion yesterday: FALSE NARRATIVE: “Technological advancement is threatening to eliminate billions of jobs, creating a future in which the economy produces everything we need, yet nobody can afford it because everyone is unemployed!” REALITY: The narrative fails to account for the other side…

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