Monthly Archives: November 2013

Primitive Accumulation

I’m fascinated by neoliberalism and the worship of the market. I’m especially interested in the intellectual underpinnings of this ideology and how it became our de facto religion. In his new book: Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste: … Continue reading

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The Ratfuck That Keeps on Giving

I read compulsively, mostly non-fiction with a focus on world affairs. I’m always looking for the missing piece of a puzzle. What caused historical actors to do what they did? Why this particular policy and not that one? That sort of … Continue reading

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Little Timmy’s Big Payday

Last week the Wall Street Journal published a bombshell of an Opinion article by former Federal Reserve official, Andrew Huszar. You may not have heard of it. “I can only say: I’m sorry, America. As a former Federal Reserve official, I … Continue reading

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Monsters Among Us

We were privileged to have a real live monster visit Salt Lake City days after Halloween. Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke on independent journalism and its role in diplomacy at Rowland Hall as part of the McCarthey family lecture … Continue reading

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