So, if you, as an employer, created an easy to read (even amusing) handbook [3] on how everyone should behave in the worldplace (Rule 1: use your best judgement, Rule 2: see Rule 1), what do you think would happen next? Correct, [4] you would expect to get sued [5], wouldn't you?

Four myths [6] about the US stock market refuted.

50 things [7] learnt in 50 years on the planet (Netsmith liked the idea that you don't argue with policemen but you can fight City Hall.)

Hillary Clinton [8] v. Milton Friedman. Not all that difficult to see who was the liberal. 

A quick note [9] on how TV journalism works and another [10] on how politics does. 

Explaining the achievement gap [11] in the US: blacks (are we supposed to say African- Americans still or has the style changed again?) are caught in a socialist economy and if they were brought into the capitalist one that whites inhabit the gap would reduce and or disappear. 

And finally, inflation is everywhere, even in Rambo films [12]. And look! A graph [13]