I chose the words in my title carefully, because clearly…obviously, conservatives do not hate government. At least not the ones that get elected to office. Oh sure, they hate taxes, and gleefully get behind Grover Norquist to sign his pledge, and you hear rumblings from “The Base” on the right …Wait! Don’t stop there!
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This is the third article in an ongoing series of works about a project I’m calling Code Name: B-Space. You can read “ground zero” of the piece here for some background, and installment 1 can be found here. In this segment, we’ll be fleshing out the third of the three …Wait! Don’t stop there!
Gaming to Change the Future – Gathering Materials & Basic Research This is the first of many articles to come that will, collectively, keep a promise I made several articles ago about bogging extensively on a theory that says games can not only inform of of solutions to seemingly intractable, …Wait! Don’t stop there!
Wow…so there’s been a lot of activity swirling around while I’ve been away! Sorry for that, by the way…working for myself sometimes takes me off in different directions, and over the past week, I’ve been doing work for a large client that pulled me away from here. Back now, and …Wait! Don’t stop there!
Had a hectic few days doing client work that pulled me away from blogging. Back now though, and ready to continue! One of the more popular refrains from the right these days is that when Democrats (or liberals, or progressives–remember, all of these are synonyms in the language of the …Wait! Don’t stop there!
This is part two of my article series on supply side nuttery. In article one, I (hopefully) made my position very clear. It doesn’t work. No matter what measure you use…no matter what standard you apply to it…it DOES NOT WORK. Having said that, I’m now going to explain when …Wait! Don’t stop there!
The cornerstone of Supply Side economic theory is Say’s Law. The commonly used shorthand for it is that “supply creates its own demand,” which encapsulates the primary notions of what we know of supply side economics today in a few words. The problem is, the encapsulation above ISN’T what Say’s …Wait! Don’t stop there!
The lady’s name is Jane McGonigal, and I’d be surprised if you’ve heard of her and you’re not a gamer. For geeks like me though, she’s kind of a big deal, and not just because she’s easy on the eyes. She has this wonderful, nutty, goofy, strangely compelling idea that …Wait! Don’t stop there!
Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall, Which Party is the Best Job Creator Of Them All? Recently, folks on the left have been posting an impressive statistic re: job creation numbers by administration, showing the Democrats as clearly superior in this regard to Republican administrations. The republicans (rightly) point out that …Wait! Don’t stop there!