Monday, September 08, 2014

Links Sept. 8, 2014

Political Economy

Feast of the Wingnuts
5 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Government Spending
The Right’s Working-Class Philosopher
The 7 Strangest Libertarian Ideas
Hard money is not a mistake
The Criminality of Wall Street
Economics Isn't Science or Literature
The right’s jobs debacle: Here’s how to bring unemployment down to zero
Spitting on the working poor: Living wage surcharges and the nickel-and-diming of America
The True Story Of How One Man Shut Down American Commerce To Avoid Paying His Workers A Fair Wage

Fergunson, MO
Ferguson isn’t about black rage against cops. It’s white rage against progress.
Here’s what white privilege looks like
THE 99.99%


Has the Burning Man Bubble Burst?

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