Monthly Archives: May 2015
This is kind of an important topic, so I won't put it behind the veil. There is a symmetry in economic arguments that people (and newspapers) don't often understand. For instance, why is the price of a thing what it … Continue reading
Sorry, Joss, FURY ROAD takes the summer. No contest. I want it to stay in theaters forever so that it's there, expectant, waiting for me whenever I'm jonesing for a two-hour car chase with the most insane stunt-work I've ever … Continue reading
Loosely based on the excellent comic. Trailer here. I'm totally in.
Kinda regretting that I didn't put in a clause to put off these entries for this week. But I didn't. So here's another post.
One case for trade.
Let's talk about the Social Security Trust Fund. I doubt you know how it works. I mean, how it really works. You see, there is a tax (part of FICA goes to Social Security). The tax takes in green paper … Continue reading
Well... (One spoiler but I think it's a mildish one.)
I try to tuck my more boringer posts behind the veil. (Although maybe I forgot about that yesterday.) I'm deliberately leaving this one full page, though. This is about what I try to do when communicating economics. There are some … Continue reading