Monthly Archives: September 2015

Macroeconomics and Scientific Laws – Part 2

The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.  Several centuries ago this was taken as evidence that the Sun revolved around the Earth – a logical and rational conclusion based on the evidence.  It was later proved … Continue reading

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Macroeconomics and the Ideal Gas Law – Part 1

I took a graduate course in the late 1960’s in Macroeconomics and Forecasting.  It was (of course) based on Keynesian Economic Theory.  The conventional thinking of the time, based on Keynes’ theories, was that government spending in excess of taxes … Continue reading

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The Iranian Agreement and Teddy Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt said, “Speak softly and carry a big stick;  you will go far”.  I have always believed that this is true wisdom, and that there is both necessity and wisdom in doing both.  Our current president seems to have … Continue reading

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