In response to economic illiteracy

Discussion in 'Economics & Trade' started by Kenny Naicuslik, May 15, 2017.

  1. Roon

    Roon Well-Known Member

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    We will have another financial crisis in Trump's first term.

    That close enough for you?
     
  2. Ndividual

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    Thanks for the link, I'll check to see what facts I can garner from it for my spread sheets.


    All I've found in the past searching for numerical data was how paying it was avoided, although I'm sure there must have been some, many or few? who were unable to avoid paying it.
     
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    I'm in cash expecting the same thing but at the moment the Fed is tightening cause economy is doing well.
     
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    You seem to have applied post #201 by Roon to Econ4Every1. Was that intentional?
     
  5. DennisTate

    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I bolded one particular paragraph in there because it seems that Mr. Mark Zuckerberg is considering a run in 2020..... and if he does.... it looks like a minimum income may be a significant part of his platform.

    V. P. candidates to serve along with Oprah?
    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...erve-along-with-oprah.527699/#post-1068786542

    https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/15/mark-zuckerberg-could-be-running-for-president-in-2020.html
    More signs point to Mark Zuckerberg possibly running for president in 2020

     
  6. Baff

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    I think Jesus's position on tax is well documented. No need to speak on his behalf.
    Pay unto Rome etc.
    He wasn't keen on money lending in the temple.

    Famously when it came to resources, he provided them for everyone at the parties himself. Free food and wine if you were Jesus's mate.
     
  7. james M

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    Jesus was first libertarian /conservative. He challenged the state and said pay half to God. This created the individual and led to founding of America.
     

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