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Republicans Fail to Grasp Reality: Paul Krugman

One of the fundamental tenets of the Creative Conflict Model that underlies this blog is that the first step in any conflict situation, whether political, economic, marital, whatever is to ‘get real’, to grasp how things stand and from their … Continue reading

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Stranded by Sprawl: the Impact of Urban Sprawl on Economic Inequality by Paul Krugman

Many explanations of growing economic inequality in the US focus on moral issues of motivation among the poor, or the predatory habits of the rich. And I am sure there is much to be said on both of these. But … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney and the Politics of Envy

Another great piece from Paul Krugman via 3 Quarks Daily and the New York Times: See: http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/12/be-vewy-vewy-quiet/?smid=tw-NytimesKrugman&seid=auto Be Vewy, Vewy Quiet Andy Rosenthal gets a bit of a laugh out of Mitt Romney’s insistence that the only reason anyone would talk about … Continue reading

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The Near Term Potential of Solar Power

Good piece from Paul Krugman on solar power. I guess I don’t understand why the Republican Party is so blinkered on this issue, so unable to understand it may be part of the answer of making America more resilient, less … Continue reading

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