amount of money

 
 

You Drive Me Crazy Horse

It’s Tuesday January 8th! Do you know where your podcast is? On this day in history back in 1877, Crazy Horse and his noble warriors fought their final battle against U.S. military forces in Montana. General Nelson Miles of the U.S. Army located Crazy Horse’s camp along the Tongue River.

 

What Is the Debt Ceiling?

About a hundred years ago, our nation was engaged in World War I, and needed to simplify how the government funded its responsibilities.

 

Why Bain Matters

We have had 30 years of what has turned out to be horrible economic policy. All of the facts, when reviewed, will show that the system is failing the majority of Americans. But instead of admitting that failure, we are told that we need to double down.

 

There Went Wisconsin and Now Here Goes the Nation

Welcome to the future Corporate America – an America that is no longer a People’s America but one that belongs to and is controlled by Big Money and big corporations.

 

Trickle Down Science [Uncertain Principles]

A week or so ago, lots of people were linking to this New York Review of Books article by Steven Weinberg on "The Crisis of Big Science," looking back over the la

 

I Can See The Wolf; What Happened To The Shepherd?

It is a very impressive room.

A room; veritably dripping with power and authority.

The authority to make decisions for all 300 million Americans.

 

The Future of Science Publishing [We Beasties]

A little over 300 years ago, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, a dry goods seller from Delft in Holland, learned to grind glass into lenses and fashion the best microscopes the

 

GOP Contenders’ Tax Plans—Robin Hood in Reverse

As the Republican candidates move from Christian, evangelical South Carolina to Florida, a state still racked by high unemployment and a foreclosure crisis that just won’t end,

 

Surging US national debt - What is the best debt relief option for the debtors

The US national debt has recently surpassed the debt ceiling and has reached a staggeringly high amount of $ 15 trillion. It has reached an unsustainable level and is dragging down the functioning of the US economy.