This was nicely illustrated in Paul Krugman’s fatuous column in Monday’s , “On Economic Arrogance” — the title describes Krugman’s own attitude to a T.
In it, Krugman attempts to account for the no-growth economy by marshaling the stock-in-trade legerdemain of academic economics: productivity, demographics, and labor metrics.
Seafood is the critical source of protein for more than 2.5 billion people, but over-exploitation is cutting the catch by more than 1 million tons a year.
Official catch data from FAO rarely includes small-scale, sport or illegal fishing and does not count fish discarded at sea.
We can’t even generate enough wealth to pay the interest on the debt we’ve racked up in order to hide our growing energy predicament.
And that, in a nutshell, is what will blow up the financial system.
Jonathan, originally from Fayette, is the General Manager of WFCA, French Camp Christian Academy's on-site radio station in French Camp, MS.
Together, De Wayne and Jonathan have a combined experience of over 50 years in broadcasting.
Meaning "paid for by advertisements" (in reference to radio, TV, etc.) is from 1932; meaning "done for the sake of financial profit" (of art, etc.) is from 1871.
The move paved the way for controversial state-regulated wolf hunts.
Wolf advocates strongly oppose the administrations decision saying the three states in the region, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming need a cohesive management plan that allows for a much larger wolf population.
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In all the smoke and fog emitted by Trump and his adversaries, it must be hard to make out the actual issues dogging this society, and even when you can, to find a coherent position on them.