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By Steve Roth, the publisher of Evonomics. He is a Seattle-based serial entrepreneur, and a student of economics and evolution. He blogs at Asymptosis, Angry Bear, and Seeking Alpha. Follow him on Twitter: @asymptosis. Originally published at Evonomics Remember Smaug the dragon, in The Hobbit? He hoarded up a vast pile of wealth, and then he […]
A case study of how basic, critically important Brexit issues like customs are being ignored by the Government, to the peril of the public.
Why are so many risking their lives to flee Africa?
Looking forward to seeing Kansas City readers and perhaps some attendees from the MMT conference at our meetup this Friday!
The most accurate story of why Clinton lost in 2016 is the simplest and most obvious: many people really really didn't like her.
Trip report from NC Bangor meetup, and open thread.
Some key facts that have been omitted from the debate over Obamacare and healthcare generally, apparently by design.
More and more bank CEOs tout robotics as the answer for the industry's precarious cost position. But will it promise more than it delivers?
Google got hit with a huge EU fine and faces even bigger charges for non-compliance. So why is it playing hardball?
Catalonia and the Spanish government are in a power struggle, with Madrid moving to strip Catalonia of its autonomy. What are the stakes?
Today's Water Cooler: Trump on trade, 2018, Obama legacy, housing market, the Bezzle, BernieCare, Juggalos, verbena, automobile design
BernieCare vs.ConyersCare in #MedicareForAll implementations, how to handle displaced worker, how to talk about taxes.
If housing is back, then why is the percentage of people who own homes in our country at a twenty-year low?
Why climate change is great for the Pentagon's budget and bad for Americans' freedom.
CalPERS continues to thumb its nose at the law, even when it is planning to give enormous power and profit to BlackRock, a financial firm that ripped CalPERS off in the past. It’s astonishing to see an organization refuse to allow for open discussion of important decisions, as required by the Bagely-Keene Open Meeting Act, […]
The politics of BernieCare: The co-sponsors, the coverage, the funding mechanism.
Law enforcement for profit in California