Hi all. The links to the KIBS psychic experiment will work, once they actual stories appear on their scheduled dates. They won’t work for the parts of the series that have not […]
Here’s a good idea!
The situation is this: New Yorkers are loosing their jobs at a rate not seen since perhaps the Great Depression. The housing market is still heading downwards. People have less, money is […]
Just a friendly reminder that this site is in part mercenary and that I am for hire. See my Hire me! page for full details of all the wonderful things I can […]
An international court to prevent climate change. Now that is a good idea.
Stephen Hockman QC—which, if you read Rumpole, you know means queer customer—is a European (I can’t say Englishman, because an Englishman would not voluntarily cede his country’s sovereignty to a foreign body) […]
Which combination of President and Congress spent the most?
We’re probably getting tired of this topic (I am), but many people requested that we look at the same data but take into account the influence of Congress. This is the same […]
Which president spent the most?
Just for fun, here’s another way to look at the same data we’ve been playing with (in this post and this one.) First thing is to calculate the inflation-adjusted spending per capita. […]
Government per capita spending revisted
Reader Stephen Dawson, a writer from Australia, has twice tried to show me where I made a bone-headed error in two of the figures from the original government per capita spending article […]
On the growth of government spending: who benefits, the rich or poor?
UPDATE: Reader Stephen Dawson has kindly shown where I made a very stupid error. This error caused me to label the y-axis incorrectly in the third picture below. It also causes the […]