Monetary Policy Doesn’t Drive the Economy

by Derek McDaniel

To manage a currency, there are two primary tools: fiscal policy and monetary policy. Fiscal policy is all the spending done by the political authority (The Treasury), while monetary policy (setting the price for borrowing liquidity) is conducted by a so-called independent body (The Central Bank). Continue reading “Monetary Policy Doesn’t Drive the Economy”

MGTOW and Matriarchy

by Serban V.C. Enache

MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) is an online community which perceives the legal and romantic entanglements with women as being detrimental to men in net terms (cost/benefit analysis). In my opinion, they have every reason to be wary of the current (patriarchal) marriage and alimony laws, since they were written for a time in which women didn’t have access to paid work or education. The laws are incompatible with contemporary society and should be reformed. Continue reading “MGTOW and Matriarchy”

Thomas Edison and Henry Ford explain Modern Monetary Theory in 1921

Edison and Ford were Deficit Owls

by Serban V.C. Enache

In December 1921, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison visited the Muscle Shoals nitrate and water power projects near Florence, Alabama. Thomas Edison gave an interview with the The New York Times, “Ford Sees Wealth In Muscle Shoals.” With fair use, and in the interest of posterity and public purpose, I reproduce Edison’s views on finance and the economy – which are 100 percent consistent with Modern Monetary Theory. Continue reading “Thomas Edison and Henry Ford explain Modern Monetary Theory in 1921”

Police, the Law and Community Order

By Mike Goodman

There has been much reaction both in the mainstream and on social media recently about alarming increases in levels of violent crime and especially about the number of murders in London, reportedly 50 so far this year as at 8th April.

There has been wave upon wave of predictable reaction. The Home Secretary told us first that falling police numbers could not be to blame Continue reading “Police, the Law and Community Order”

Brazil – Beneath the Mist of Corrupt Politics

by Diego Ramiro Lattes

Foreword

The current political-economic situation in Brazil is very tense. I aim to be impartial to the best of my ability. However, objective data on the subject is hard to obtain, not only due to manipulation by all factions involved in the present crisis – but also due to how veiled Brazilian politics tend to be. Continue reading “Brazil – Beneath the Mist of Corrupt Politics”