Economics professor, quietly writing obscure academic texts for years, until thrust onto the public scene by Europe's inane handling of an inevitable crisis
I have a hunch that the court will ask for an extortionate amount to let Julian Assange out on bail. So, this is the time for us all to contribute. Please visit
A free Central Bank account for all would be a good start for a revamped monetary system – WIRED
Proof of the utter disconnect between share markets (booming) and capitalism (in a hole). Goldman Sachs (yes, that toxic squid) compiled a share price index of unprofitable US listed firms. No profits yet they are skyrocketing!
Democracy deserved a boost in euro-related matters. We just delivered it. Let the people decide. (Funny how radical this concept sounds!)
As an economist my assessment of Labour's 2019 Manifesto is simple: the measured, bold, well targeted, moderate response to the UK's need and capacities. My assessment as a citizen: A rare breath of fresh air!
I don't suppose an apology is pending from those who, for years, referred to Julian as 'rapist' and denied that the whole affair was about shoving him in a supermax US black hole for the crime of having exposed crimes against humanity committed in our name