Santa Clara Law: Faculty Professor Friedman is a widely published scholar with more than three decades of experience in academia, having taught extensively at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His area of expertise ranges from business to economics to law; he has published economic analyses of punitive damages, trade-secret law, criminal punishment, the size of nations, and a variety of other topics, including medical care, population economics, the economics of war, historical perspectives on freedom, and criminal defense. He is the author of books on price theory, economic analysis of law, implications of future technology, and libertarian economics and philosophy, as well as two novels. Prior to joining the Santa Clara University School of Law faculty in 2005, Professor Friedman taught at VPI, U.C. Books How to Milk an Almond, Stuff an Egg, and Armor a Turnip: A Thousand Years of Recipes with Cook. Future Imperfect: Technology and Freedom in an Uncertain World. Price Theory: An Intermediate Text.
i don't think there ever was a dude named jesus christ, imo, governments, elites and hierarchy's made all that... Peter Schiff: The Fantasy of a 91% Top Income Tax Rate Data on the Crisis: The Human Toll Sex Crimes 1. How many priests have been accused? See our table showing the sources for the 6,427 total. See our summary of the data with links to sources. 2. As with the official numbers for accused priests, the sources are The Nature and Scope of the Problem of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Priests and Deacons, by Karen Terry et al., prepared by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Washington DC: USCCB, 2004), with the annual implementation reports issued by the USCCB for 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 (chap. 4), 2010, and 2011. This count of victims is universally acknowledged to be lower than the actual number. 3. The Nature and Scope of the Problem of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Priests and Deacons, by Karen Terry et al., prepared by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Washington DC: USCCB, 2004) and the Supplementary Data Analysis published by the same authors in 2006 propose a "Shape of the Crisis." Management 4. 5 . 6. Outcomes 7. The exact number is not known. 8 . 9. 10.
More Phony Employment Numbers by Paul Craig Roberts by Paul Craig Roberts PaulCraigRoberts.org Recently by Paul Craig Roberts: Bradley Manning: A Window Into the American Soul Statistician John Williams (shadowstats.com) calls the government’s latest jobs and unemployment reports “nonsense numbers.” There are a number of ongoing problems with the released numbers. Even if we believe the government that 146,000 new jobs materialized during November, that is the amount necessary to stay even with population growth and therefore could not be responsible for reducing the unemployment rate from 7.9% to 7.7%. The 7.7% rate is known as the “headline rate.” The Bureau of Labor Statistics has another official unemployment rate known as U.6. The U.6 rate does not include long-term discouraged workers, those who have been discouraged for more than one year. In other words, the headline rate of unemployment is one-third the actual rate. The U.S. government simply lowers the unemployment rate by not counting all of the unemployed. December 10, 2012
The Day We Fight Back - February 11th 2014 Steven Pearlstein - Friedman Debunked the Gospel of Keynes One thing that baffles those of us with no training in economics is that two people who hold diametrically opposite views can both be held out as giants of their profession. After all, if the great British economist John Maynard Keynes was right that government can smooth out the business cycle by stimulating and managing demand for goods and services through such mechanisms as public-works programs, deposit insurance and deficit spending, then how could Milton Friedman be right that the better approach is for government to cut taxes, curb regulation and focus on the supply of money in circulation? Or how do we square Keynes's prescription that global finance can be stabilized through fixed exchange rates with Friedman's formula of floating exchange rates? There is, of course, a political analogy to this conundrum. The dirty little secret is that there are few scientific truths in economics analogous to the laws of thermodynamics or genetics.
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The remarkable story of Chile's economic renaissance Thirty years ago, Chile was a basket case. A socialist government in the 1970s had crippled the economy and destabilized society, leading to civil unrest and a military coup. Given the dismal situation, it’s no surprise that Chile’s economy was moribund and other Latin American countries, such as Mexico, Venezuela, and Argentina, had about twice as much per-capita economic output. Today, by contrast, Chile has passed Argentina to become the richest nation in all of Latin America. Let’s look at how Chile became the Latin Tiger. Pension reform is the best-known economic reform in Chile. But it takes a lot more than entitlement reform, however impressive, to turn a nation into an economic success story. Regarding business taxation, retained profits used to be taxed at almost 50 percent, but the tax rate was dropped to 10 percent in 1984. Not surprisingly, lower tax rates generated many benefits.
Axis of Evil - Cheney, Bush and the Real Axis of Evil by Ed Komarek March/24/2008 from ExopoliticsBlogSpot Website I have noticed a convergence of awareness between UFO/ET investigators and general conspiracy investigators in relation to how autocratic power in today’s society exerts itself from the control of an elite few down the chain of command to the many. Globally and in America we have two very contradictory political forces that work in direct opposition to each other one being autocratic and the other democratic. In general I believe that autocrats still dominate world governments as they have throughout human history. Autocrats are able to do this because the general population even today is easily intimidated and lead through a combination of fear and bribes. On occasion when the general population within a country becomes aroused, democracy can assert itself for short periods of time until the population loses interest or is otherwise distracted. When Thomas Jefferson said, He knew what he was talking about.
It's the Money Supply, Stupid | Steve H. Hanke During the 1992 presidential campaign, former President Clinton’s rallying cry was “It’s the Economy, Stupid.” He sang it to perfection and won the election. Today, the smart politicians (and economists) should realize that “It’s the Money Supply, Stupid.” One doesn’t have to delve deeply into the mysteries of money to realize that money matters. But, you wouldn’t know it from reading the deluge of polemics on whether a fiscal stimulus is, or is not, the proper prescription for most of the world’s economies. Most of the doctors are misdiagnosing the real cause of the world’s economic ills because they often fail to take the patients’ monetary pulse. This wasn’t always the case. Chairman Volcker realized that money matters, and it didn’t take him long to make his move. Chairman Volcker achieved his goal. By 1982, the annual rate of inflation had dropped to 3.8% — a great accomplishment. When available, Divisia measures are the “best” measures of the money supply. References: William A.