The economy either sucks or it does not or, if a person is sufficiently wealthy as to be insulated from its effects, the economy is a meaningless hum in the background as one enjoys life.
For the rest of us, the economy is a daily—what? Is it a fact of our existence? Is it a constant struggle? Is it a quasi-mechanical entity that operates consistent with rules of what seem like physics? Can we tell "how" the economy is doing by any means? If so, what are those means? Why does the stock market fluctuate, as if by magic?
A few weeks ago, James Nease, who is a Libertarian Party candidate for State Representative, was engaged in debate, online, with another gentleman about schools of economic thought and the present state of the economy. I invited them to The Show to continue the discussion.
Saturday, May 26 at 11 a.m. we shall stream "live" from the Indy Cigar Bar at 3357 East 86th Street. This is the second time we have done "Civil Discourse Now" from Corey Johnston’s establishment. We appreciate the opportunity to shoot there. I thought the setting was a good fit for the refined nature of the topic
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