The Importance of Incentives

Those who know me know that I have an unhealthy addiction to talkradio. I don’t discriminate much in my listening habits, I’ll listento conservative, progressive, book talk, baseball, whatever. I findthe combination of dynamic radio personalities and often ridiculouscallers to be a recipie for first rate entertainment. My fiancee (andalmost any everday American) disagees, so […]

An Inconvenient Truth About the Economic Environment – Part II

This post is largely in response to a claim made by a reader, Michael. He is a soon to be fellow Miami University alumnus, who pointed out his perception that politicians (particularly speaker John Boehner) tend to oversimplify their assesments of the economy (See response to Feb 17th post). Michael is a bright guy, has the benefit of the education […]