And look, there’s $40 off…
That $134.99 is pretty faint, shouldn’t it be bolder so you will better appreciate the $40 savings
Very interesting, especially the inflation adjusted numbers.
Something to remember when you have a discussion on taxes and fairness.
Thoughts on class warfare. –
Given that we are supposedly a classless society, I think we are losing the battles.
I am going through a self-teaching guide for Economics (Slavin, 1st edition, 1988).
Very interesting so far, but it is strange to see references to the Soviet Union and the strong Japanese economy.
Economics is the study of the allocation of the scarce means of production toward the satisfaction of human wants.
The basic questions of economics are :
The scarce means of production (resources) are: Land, Labor, Capital, and Entrepreneurial Ability.
Note: Labor is work. Capital is not money, it is the infrastructure needed to support the production and distribution of goods. Entrepreneurial Ability is the skill to organize the Land, Labor and Capital into a profit-making endeavor.
Human wants are unlimited relative to the resources available.
The initial discussion of Adam Smith’s invisible hand explains that people are more efficient when producing for their self-interests rather than for the public good. If people are allowed to produce for their own selfish interests then by-and-by the public good will be met as well. I wonder if we will get into a discussion of the Commons?
Up to chapter 5 so far. Looking forward to the rest.
I see that the Republicans are having their little love fest in South Carolina. I have a few questions I would like for them to address and to expand upon as they see fit.
I know the devil is in the details, but I would like to see if we have some agreement on the basics. I would like to see the Democrats answer the same set of questions. Anyone running for federal office should try answering them.
And another question to add to the others-