Browsing All posts tagged under »economy«

The Case for Polygamy

October 14, 2011

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In a recent republican debate, Ron Paul was asked his feelings on gay marriage and then whether polygamy would be okay too. He responded: “It’s sort of like asking the question if the states wanted to legalize slavery or something like that, that is so past reality that no state is going to do that.” […]

The good guys

June 12, 2011

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In the course of educating myself on the economic breakdown, I have started noticing that certain people are embodying the information and views that I am most interested in hearing. Here are my heroes of the economic crisis with a note about what I like about them. Political Heroes Ron Paul   Elizabeth Warren Dennis Kucinich […]

Understanding the economic breakdown

June 8, 2011

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I have been ultra fascinated by the economic breakdown and surrounding government, banking, and foreclosure scandals. My news and documentary consumption is at an all-time peak. I have watched many, many shows on the topic. I have been using these shows to get the knack of money, central banking, and the economy. In the process, […]

Mass Criticism Ensues

January 29, 2011

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Dear The Gap, I can tell from your recent logo debacle that you are struggling to remake yourselves. I have a few suggestions. To start, your models are scary and your clothes are intimidating. You have chosen trends over good common sense. Not even your models look good in many of these clothes. Instead of […]