Dr. Richard Wolff visits with Politics Done Right to discuss economic systems. He informs in detail how the system functions and their eventual migration and death.
World’s largest debtor country is the Capitalist United States, & the largest creditor country of the United States is the People’s Republic of China.
Capitalism’s critics are increasingly directing those truths to the power of capitalism as expressed in the policies and politics of both Republicans and Democrats.
US capitalism is again careening down blind alleys. Earlier it had crashed into the Great Depression from 1929 to 1933 before lurching into the New Deal.
Professor Richard Wolff was amiable and methodical as he took out Stuart Varney with a smile and a methodical dissection of his critiques.
You will understand how the middle-class got into its current state. More importantly Richard Wolff’s words will empower you to be a part of the solution.
It’s time for economists to speak up about the economic realities that affects us and challenge lobbyist driven self-serving lies that kill good policies.
Economics professor Richard Wolff appeared on Democracy Now on Monday. He gave Bill O’Reilly an intellectual smack down. Bill O’Reilly in his “Talking Points Memo” said: Bill O’Reilly: Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, now Cypress, all broke. And other European nations are close. Why? Because they are nanny states. And there are not enough workers […]
On January 6th Paul Krugman wrote a piece (The Big Fail) every Right Wing politician and every myth based economist should read. It was expected that at this year’s American Economic Association meeting, that they would be discussing about the success of the slump ending. Instead, they are still talking about the ongoing slump. This […]
The following article by Professor of Economics Emeritus Richard D. Wolff is excellent. In simple words he details the real cause of the 2008 depression as well as the reasons we are unable to climb out of it. He provides the solution which is easier than one would think. I posted a similar blog yesterday, […]