Straight from the Glorious Leader
In case ya’all were thinking that MMTers think that spending is never inflationary. It’s buried in the comments, but it is there.
- Why Shadow Government Statistics is very, very, very wrong.
- "Chapter 2: In Which the Traders Crucible slays the Intertemporal Government Budget Constraint, and Mr. Rowe demonstrates his Worth
- The Useless Intertemporal Government Budget Constraint: Not Economics
- "The most important event in the history of humanity since the domestication of animals and plants" happened in a country with Debt to GDP greater than 150%
- MMT Flogs Bill Gross in Public Stockades...and where do you put an Ocean?
- RT @rjwile: Are we in an oil bubble? businessinsider.com/oil-is-in-an-i… via @boes_ 6 hours ago
- Businesses Hire when they are Swamped with Demand, not when they have high profits. 9 hours ago
- So when China's has disinflation, the U.S. should have a tendency for disinflation as well. mobilebeta.reuters.com/china-november… 18 hours ago
- With China linking the Yuan to the USD, inflation in China and the U.S. are linked as well. not perfectly, but still linked. 18 hours ago
- RT @jasonzweigwsj: @izakaminska @M_C_Klein @TheStalwart @LorcanRK @interfluidity any "expert" who thinks he can't learn from smart outsider… 19 hours ago
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