Tag Archives: Capitalism

China does capitalism better than U.S.

Time Magazine seems to think so. Communist China seems to be doing a better job at managing capitalism than the democratically elected U.S. government. Photo: The Venetian in Macau “Beijing’s stimulus spending was larger, infinitely more effective at overcoming the … Continue reading

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Capitalism and Greed

Yesterday I watched Capitalism: A Love Story again. It is the production of Michael Moore, the acclaimed conservative film maker. (Yes, I know he is not really an “acclaimed conservative film maker.”) I had watched the movie/documentary when it first … Continue reading

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A word from Michael Moore

I read the following note from Michael Moore this morning. It is posted on his website. You can go there and read it for yourself. I’m going to post it here because it prompts some thoughts of my own that … Continue reading

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Capitalism A Love Story

“Banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies.” So wrote Thomas Jefferson to a friend in 1816. [Time] Lillie and I drove to Las Vegas yesterday to see Michael Moore’s Capitalism-A Love Story. It was good, glad we saw it. … Continue reading

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Proposal of the Physicians’ Working Group for Single-Payer National Health Insurance

Back in 2003 the Physicians for a National Health Care Program (PNHP) the following summary and conclusion in their article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The United States spends more than twice as much on health … Continue reading

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