Monthly Archives: March 2009

End the bailouts!

One of the biggest problems about all these bailouts is that we are repeatedly throwing money at the very institutions and people who wrecked the economy. We’re rewarding those who got us into this mess, mostly by virtue of the … Continue reading

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The American Dream

One of the ominous undertones of debate about the economy’s wobbles (usually not spoken aloud in polite company) is whether we might be forced to do with less over the long term. Whether we might have to give up on the … Continue reading

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Much to report…

…and no time to report it. This has been a pretty intense week, with five events and three presentations, and that’s a big part of why I’ve been so quiet. I’ll have to give a full report next week, because … Continue reading

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Green goodness

This one somehow got saved as a draft yesterday. Better late than never… I just spent the day at the California Small Farm Conference, which was just a big inspiring ball of happiness. Most of it was groovy information about … Continue reading

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Coopgeek vs. the Wall Street Journal

I always have to take a deep breath before I try reading the Wall Street Journal’s editorial. It almost always irritates me. Today I almost threw it. Today’s absurd rant was about how the stock market’s loss of 25% this … Continue reading

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