Surplus

23 Feb 19
Mitchell Lewis

All you need is love. That’s what the Beatles sang in 1967, and that’s what many people seem to believe. Love was also a major theme of John Wesley’s preaching in 18th century England, but Wesley would disagree with the Beatles. That’s not all John Wesley thought God required; that’s not how he read his […]

23 Feb 19
ALT+F1

Honda’s decision to close its Swindon factory (albeit not until 2021) earlier this week was sad, but not wholly surprising. It hasn’t run at full capacity for years, and economic conditions are such that it’ll soon be more cost effective to import cars from Japan to Europe than it will to build them in Great […]

23 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has used his much-read annual letter to shareholders to take a beating on Donald Trump. He said that no person should seek credit if the US economy is doing well. Buffett, who supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, wrote: "American companies or individuals can not claim that they" did it alone ". […]

23 Feb 19
Jordan Miller's Business Insights

Southwest might not be the lowest cost option among low-fare airline carriers in the United States, but they have a very large cost advantage and perceived consumer surplus. According to statista.com in 2017, Southwest had the 3rd lowest average fare among lost cost airlines at $147 per domestic ticket. This trailed Spirit airlines at $109, […]

23 Feb 19
Flyt Frem

During my first field trip to Mozambique in May and June 2018, it was clear that the country has been through quite some change since I left as a kid nearly 20 years ago.  Back then in the early 90s, my parents were there working in development cooperation and aid projects – at a time […]

23 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s performance in the SNC-Lavalin scandal makes a mockery of his 2015 Liberal election platform, “Real Change.” Trudeau’s most infamous broken pledge in that document was three years of “modest” deficits followed by a $1 billion surplus in year four. Now, as it turns out, Trudeau’s promises to Canadians in the chapter […]

23 Feb 19
David Xu

This is the fourth of a five part story of the Five Emperors who underpinned the greatest period of peace in ancient history: Pax Romana. In 138 AD the Roman Empire welcomed the adopted son of Hadrian into the Imperial Throne: Antoninus Pius. Unlike Hadrian’s shift in policy from Trajan, Antoninus reinforced his father’s laws […]

23 Feb 19
Roll Jump Media--New posts every Saturday morning PST

With the recently announced impending retirement of Reggie Fils-Aime, I thought about the era of his presidency. What were all the games that I enjoyed playing since the early 2000s and why did I purchase them? I felt confident in recollecting all the games I owned up until the PS4 and Xbox One came out. […]

23 Feb 19
The Portabella-Garrett Complex

Abstract              In an environment of climate change and an exponentially growing population, California is struggling to provide basic needs to all its inhabitants. This is particularly true in Southern California, where water sources are being depleted, causing environmental and social justice issues that are of essential importance. This essay seeks to explore the processes by […]

23 Feb 19
AREA Chicago Archive

Interviewed by Aaron Sarver In 2001, Rick Perlstein released his debut book, Before The Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus. Praised by both the left and right the book announced Perlstein as a credible historian of the Conservative movement. A self-described New Deal Democrat, his second book, Nixonland: The Rise of […]

23 Feb 19
Lizard Tracks

The universe is expanding. So we should soon all have more room. But it should come as no surprise this does not apply to sheds. Our family has outgrown two of them. Outgrowing them is easy; replacing them is the trick. What’s a family with too much stuff to do? Tapping into the hive mind […]

23 Feb 19
Fortune

The home of Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Porsche generated a surplus of 22 billion euros ($25 billion) in automotive trade with U.S. last year.

23 Feb 19
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