Procedure, while important, shouldn’t make us oblivious to priorities
by Derek McDaniel
I want to talk about “Progressive resource allocation”. In this case, what I am referring to, has nothing to do with political progressivism, except by coincidence. I am using the word “progressive” simply to describe a sequence of steps or priorities, a “progression”, if you will. Continue reading “Money and Progressive Resource Allocation”
by Mike Goodman
We’re Not In Recession!
Not officially. But we soon will be. The government are congratulating themselves on reaching a so-called budget surplus for the last quarter (October to December) of 2017, which was the third quarter of the fiscal year just ended. They have done this, regardless of the state of the economy, as a deliberate policy target since that was first set by George Osborne. Continue reading “Say “Welcome To Recession,” Great Britain”