This article provides a retrospective view of ongoing dismal recovery from 2007-2008 great recession, and compares it with alternative free markets, no intervention scenario. Highlights the adverse effects of artificial inflation maintained by liberal fiscal and monetary policies. Shows, why deflation is absolutely necessary for a quick and strong recovery from crash, in the times of crises. Discusses in details, the natural market correction mechanisms in free market Capitalism.

This article analyzes the anatomy and physiology of human responses to fear, in the light of recent abuse by fear mongering politicians and corporate media of these responses. Provides an in depth scientific perspective. Shows, how to react optimally against these stimuli of fear. Highlights the methods of fear mongering, performs a scientific analysis of those methods and responses invoked. Compares intelligent responses with emotional reactions.

This article analyzes the supply and demand side arguments to combat an economic crises, in the light of current slow and dismal recovery from 2007-2009 recession. Explains, how and why,the creativity and innovation of entrepreneurs and inventors creates new markets, jobs and growth friendly environment, not the artificial demand created by government infrastructure projects. Highlights the adverse effects of deficit financing and increased taxation required for infrastructure projects.

This article analyzes the effects of trade barriers and immigration policy on economy and jobs, in the light of recent WTO rulings. Highlights, how governmental and special interest collide with the interests of common people when it comes trade and immigration. Effectively shows, why open trade and immigration are good for everyone. Explains the direct and constructive relationship between trade and immigration, and jobs and growth.

This article analyzes the effects of taxation and big government on growth rates by comparing the first first half of American history with the second half. Provides, real world examples from real and proven history. Exposes the liberal gimmicks based on manipulations of number and data within a smartly selected period of time. Explains, why replacing one regulation with another, doesn’t work. Emphasizes that to prevent any further disaster, we need a radical change in our taxation policies and size of government.

This article analyzes U.S. and E.U. sanctions on Russia, in the light of recent developments in Ukraine. Highlights the fact that risking a war with Russia could be an absolute disaster for world and already over stretched United States. Explains facts which show that both sides are right and wrong. Expresses the sadness over global development of viewing Russia as a symbol for resistance to American Imperialism.

This article analyzes the the recent developments in Ukraine and Asia, in the light of Chinese refusal to participate in sanctions against Russia, highly appreciated by Putin. Highlights the U.S. foreign policy failures around the world. Shows, why a better economic environment at home is a far better policy than annoying the others. Brings into focus the building tensions with two geopolitical giants in world.

This article analyzes crises in public education system and other public sectors, in the light of proven free market Capitalism principles of competition and choice. Highlights the fact that government monopoly on early education, just like other government monopolies, is at the heart of this issue. Shows, how people’s hard earned money is being dumped in big and inefficient government instead of being used for better purposes like education.

This article analyzes the Indian economy and its prospects in the light of recent developments. Finds out how much the current government is in line with its election promises of opening up Indian markets. While it is very clear that government is not taking big bang reformation steps, yet, the movement could very well be in right direction. Sheds light on general political and economic environment in past and at present.

This article analyzes the issues attached to international and regional trade agreements, in the light of proposed trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific trade and investment agreements, being negotiated, recently. Provides a broader and deeper historical perspective. Discusses the Economics and finances of trade. Highlights its effects on job creation, quality of products and services, creativity, innovation, standards of living and prices.

This article analyzes the right of federal government to provide subsidies under Obamacare law, in the light of recent federal appeals court decisions. Highlights the disasters caused by this very poorly thought and written law. Brings into focus a more comprehensive and wider perspective. Tries to find real solutions to the problems and issues. Compares free market solutions with solutions provided by government.

This article analyzes the dangerous problem of credit crunch and enormously difficulty in finding finance for small businesses. Highlights the role of government regulations in creation and worsening of this problem. Bring into focus the non banks financing options for small businesses, emerging out as new entrepreneurial solutions to bypass the adverse effects of government regulations on banking industry.

This article analyzes the current situation in Crimea, in the light of recent tragic event of shooting down of Malaysian passenger airliner. Views this evolving and rapidly growing conflict in broader international and historical perspective. Brings into focus the enormity and associated dangers in conflict. Explains why U.S. and other Western countries must stay out of this issue. Highlights all aspects of problem.

This article analyzes the media spectacle on U.S. foreign policy in Middle East, going on between Texas governor Rick Perry and Kentucky senator Rand Paul. Provides a historical perspective. Brings into focus the potential cost and associated hazards of Rick Perry’s proposals. Highlights the vision, intelligence, wisdom and knowledge possessed by Rand Paul. Paints the picture with a broader and deeper perspective.

This article analyzes the the most commonly used economic indicators and compares those with more efficient alternatives. Discusses the scope and range of indicators like GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and GDE (Gross Domestic Expenditures). Shows why GDE is a better economic indicator than GDP. Brings into focus the other hazards attached to GDP like Keynesian crepe and big government spendings.

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