April 2015

How Americans change their mind

From Alex Tribou and Keith Collins at Bloomberg Business on Sunday: Social change in the U.S. appears to follow a pattern: A few pioneer states get out front before the others, and then a key event—often a court decision or a grassroots campaign reaching maturity—triggers a rush of state activity that ultimately leads to a change […]

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Why I haven’t been writing

Again, I haven’t written here lately. I’ve been writing a little more elsewhere, though. I have an article coming out on Enhancing Capital sometime this week. My journal is also a little fuller than it was a few days ago. I was right last time I posted here—I am settling into somewhat of a routine, […]

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Explaining my absence

I haven’t written much lately. Actually, I haven’t written at all lately. That’s because I’ve been busy, and I don’t like throwing junk up on this blog just to say I posted. Believe it not, I put thought into what I write here. But I must diverge from my normal run of economic/financial/political/whatever-interests-me commentary and […]

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