Economy Doesn't Lie

The title of this article is not of my own, but the translation of a book title, invented and written by Guy Sorman. A great title. P ... read more

The Green Economy

"We can't drill and burn our way out of our economic and ecological ills, but we can invent and invest our way out", says Van Jones, the author of ... read more

Unjust Deserts - Book Review

Like a law of physics, corrupt politics, unshared national wealth and uncontrolled greed combine to produce economic inequality and delusional pros ... read more

Suze Orman Shares Investing Common Sense With Women & Money

Women & Money ~ Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny Money is a topic you either embrace or avoid. Orman's book delivers straight ta ... read more

We Miss the Eloquence and Logic of Milton Friedman Now More Than Ever

One of the signal economic thinkers of the 20th century was the Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman. His many books and papers, interview ... read more

How to Judge Your Purchases Today

Reading is my one true passion. When I was young, I dreamed of better places. Places where all things were possible where all dreams came true. I r ... read more

Read Any Good Economics Books Lately?

Okay, so the other day a good friend of my at our Think Tank asks me if I had read any good economic books lately, not a question anyone would gene ... read more

70 Million Baby Boomers, Eh? Sounds Like Opportunity to Me!

Folks have been talking about the paradigm shift coming to the United States as the Baby Boomers grow older and retire. Social Security will soon c ... read more

A Review on Krugman's Argument - Japan - Still Trapped

1. Introduction Japanese economy has caught in a stagnation and deflation in almost a decade. Svensson (2003) summarizes that two factors wh ... read more

Who Was the Real "Forgotten Man?"

"The Forgotten Man" - A Revisionist Look at the Great Depression by Douglas Jamiel While the symbol of the "forgotten man" ... read more

Money Changes Everything - Twenty-Two Writers Tackle the Last Taboo

Money Changes Everything Twenty-Two Writers Tackle the Last Taboo with Tales of Sudden Windfalls, Staggering Debts, and Other Surprising Turns ... read more

The Fight to Free the Charleston 5

On the Global Waterfront: The Fight to Free the Charleston 5 by Suzan Erem and E. Paul Durrenberger. Monthly Review Press: 240 pages, 200 ... read more

Maxed Out

Although I usually try to write a review soon after finishing the book, I actually had to wait quite awhile to write this one. Frankly, the reason ... read more

The Evonomist

It is refreshing to see that someone is in recognition of the interrelatedness and intricacies inherent in most of the subject matters and natural ... read more

Investment Biker Book Review

When I first picked up this book I said to myself, as many of you probably did, "Why is there a picture of a guy sitting on a motorcycle on the fro ... read more