You know, it might just be that infrastructure spending isn't quite the way to revive an economy?
But if we are going to be all Keynesian about these things, might we not do what Keynes actually thought was a good idea?
Question: why are people listening on the subject of macroeconomics to people who are not macroeconomists?
It's happening in the streets now, these protests against the fat cats who don't pay their "fair share" of taxes.
Netsmith might need a little lie down in a moment. In praise of Hazel Blears.
Politics is as politics is: Obama's already breaking pledges.
And finally, the phrase of the day. "The process of quantifying our ignorance".