So where’s the inflation: Professor Antony Davies’s Take
Economy / Philosophy / Politics

So where’s the inflation: Professor Antony Davies’s Take

Duquesne Antony Davies Tackles The Dangers of Borrowing at Low Interest Rates I follow an online video series called, “Learn Liberty”. This group tackles a lot of difficult economic questions and tries to spell it out in a meaningful and interesting way. One of the frequent presenters for Learn Liberty is Duquesne University’s Economics Professor … Continue reading

Prosperity and the Plight of Petty Politics
Philosophy / Politics / Real Word Connections

Prosperity and the Plight of Petty Politics

For a successful revolution it is not enough that there is discontent. What is required is a profound and thorough conviction of the justice, necessity and importance of political and social rights Dr. B.R. Ambedkar It might be my age. It could be the “at-your-fingertips-connectivity” of modern man. Or it might be a simple reality. … Continue reading

Now That I’ve Been Outed: Being a Republican in a Democratic Workplace
Education / Equality / Philosophy / Politics

Now That I’ve Been Outed: Being a Republican in a Democratic Workplace

Our Education system remains in lock-step I told someone recently that it’s probably easier to be a gay Marine than a Republican teacher. I’ve only ever been one of those things so I can’t say for sure, but the thought came to mind after a conversation I had with my union representative regarding the upcoming … Continue reading