“Economics is all about the allocation of scarce resources. There are no gains without costs. Is one really prepared to let the world perish rather than allow the smallest injustice?”
If the intelligence agencies were indeed used for political advantage in the 2016 campaign that is a much bigger deal than Watergate.
As with many things Epstein, it is fascinating to discover the systemic and mechanical explanations behind a complex topic. Here it turns out that whatever else they may be good for, the 10 Commandments are also good for understanding sucessful market economies.
Last time I talked to Gates he seemed like a pretty OK guy, but it’s been a while.
Good question. I don’t know the answer, but I hope the American people get around to taking it seriously.
After two years and the conclusion of the DoJ’s Special Counsel investigation, it would be nice to just close the books on this sorry affair. But to maintain the health of our Republic there is no option but to follow through as Nunes intends.
“When one applies the free market idea to normal people, it works. When one applies it to narcissistic sociopaths, it doesn’t. My question is this – Is the best solution to remove free markets for everyone? Or, is the best solution to remove narcissistic sociopaths from positions of power and influence within free markets?”
I concur with the author of this think piece: Many critics of free markets don’t understand them.