If I Ever Get A Job Again…

Dick Robertson – If I Ever Get A Job Again (1933)

If I ever get a job again, I will never be a snob again; I’ll live within my means, Carry a dollar in my jeans, If I ever get a job again.

If I ever get a break again, Brother, what I’ll do . . . → Read More: If I Ever Get A Job Again…

Europe’s Bleak Macroeconomic Outlook

The Economist published a very lucid analysis (link) of the recent macroeconomic instability in the Euroarea, following the outbreak of Greek debt crisis (link) and disappointing quarterly data on GDP growth (link):

Barely had the ink dried on a statement by European leaders supporting Greece in its struggle to finance its debts when more . . . → Read More: Europe’s Bleak Macroeconomic Outlook

One of Three

When a government spends money, there are only three places that money could have come from:

Taxation — by taking the money away from someone. Borrowing — by temporarily taking the money away from someone, with a promise of returning it at a higher value. Inflating — by printing money, which reduces the . . . → Read More: One of Three