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The Myth of the Trickle-Down Effect

There is a common belief that is prevalent among economists, in particular free-market economists, that, by itself, capitalism and global free trade will provide a better standard of living for all people in the world because of what they call the trickle-down effect, whereby the wealth that is created by capitalism will trickle down like water to those who are at the bottom of the economic pyramid of prosperity and poverty. 1.207 kata lagi

Act II: Free-Market Folly: Why Economics Is Not A Science

Always Winter, Always Christmas

“There’s no time to explain,” said Santa Claus. “You need to get on this chairlift and help me save Xmas.”

“Okay Santa,” I said, and climbed aboard the chairlift. 446 kata lagi

Fiction

Quote of the Month: September 2016

“If you were able to believe in Santa Claus for like 8 years, then you can believe in yourself for like 5 seconds.” -Unknown-

Believe

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

You better watch out.

Throwing a tentative glance over his shoulder, Michael fled from behind the television and out into the hallway. His frail legs shook from beneath him as he strained to sprint even harder. 584 kata lagi

Horror