After Trump's victory, I feel the need to study, reflect, examine my assumptions about the world, and seek insight and solace. I'm looking for books that will help. [more inside]
As a society, we once had enough money to build great stuff. Now we don't have enough to even maintain these places. Where did it all go? [more inside]
I want to learn more about the animal rights issue in Australia in the context of animals being raised for slaughter. Where do I start? [more inside]
Can somebody explain to me how Alaska claims a budget surplus, yet is scores low nationally on deficit rankings? [more inside]
How exactly does America stay competitive, anyways? [more inside]
How is daily life going to change over the next few years - because of the Slow Depression? [more inside]
Factcheck: Obama claims 99% or so of small businesses make less than $250,000 a year. Is this true?
What are the specific tax loopholes that Obama intends to close, and how much money does each of those 'loopholes' account for?
What are the specific tax loopholes that Obama intends to close, and how much money does each of those 'loopholes' account for? This article by FactCheck.org indicates that the Obama campaign estimates the revenue from tax reform at $80 billion - so where did that figure come from?
What can I do as a 26 year old who is going crazy thinking about the political economical future our country is heading towards. [more inside]
I'm looking for a good book about the political and economic crisis in Argentina (particularly Buenos Aires) in 2001. Documentaries would be good too. [more inside]
When it comes time for the ramp-up to the 2008 Presidential elections in the U.S.A., what can a Canadian do to promote his/her viewpoint other than babble on the internet? Are there any laws prohibiting foreigners from being involved in the election promotions or process? [more inside]
Is there a chart that shows what major companies own other companies (preferably constantly updated)? A lot of buyouts / mergers have been taking place lately and I'd like to see how the corporate power is centralized / organized. I also seem to recall a site that mapped power relations between powerful corporate individuals, and that would be of interest as well.