August, 2014

The Economics Of Jane Austen

August 31, 2014 Nemes Random

When Jane Austen died in 1817, her reinvention began. Her brother Henry Austen published, as the preface to the posthumous edition of Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, a biographical note that applauded her modesty and her monetary disinterestedness. According to Henry, Jane accounted herself astonished when her very first released novel, Sense and Sensibility, made her […]

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Economics,

Politics On A Stick; State Fair Attracts Prospects

August 30, 2014 Nemes Politics

FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn.– Tens of thousands of individuals from throughout the state of Minnesota assembled upon the State Fairgrounds Thursday on opening day, developing an attraction no major political leader could withstand. The discussions werent constantly about politics, however they were individualized exchanges that required prospects to listen and made them seem more tangible to […]

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Politics,

Smart Economics: If You Must Get A Fortwo Electrical Car, Lease It

August 29, 2014 Nemes Random

The electric car with the cheapestthe most affordable sticker label rate in Canada is not a $26,990 slug. No, the Smart Fortwo ED (Electric Drive) will do 0-100 km/h in less than 12 seconds, which indicatesmeanings it’s quicker than a gasoline fortwo. And ultimately, the Fortwo ED can do 125 km/h. That in a car […]

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Economics,

The Politics And Policy Of The Ice Container Difficulty

August 28, 2014 Nemes Politics

In practically every means that matters, the Ice Container Challenge is a great phenomenon. The concept stemmed as a campaign to raise cash and awareness about the fight against Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and as the summer season has actually progressed, the viral effort has had remarkable success.

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Politics,

The Economics Of Police Militarism

August 28, 2014 Nemes Random

Credit Photo by Jeff Roberson / AP 2 essential battles broke out in Ferguson, Missouri, this week. The very first started with the public airing of sorrow and rage after the fatality of the eighteen-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot by a copsa policeman, on Canfield Court, in the St. Louis suburb, at 2:15 PM […]

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Economics,

Finance & & Production Shingle Vega, Child! Expands Into Distribution

August 27, 2014 Nemes Finance

EXCLUSIVE: Vega, Baby!, the feature movie finance and production company that debuted last fall at AFM, has actually added a shop North American acquisitions and distribution arm to its LA-based operation. Vega, Baby! Launching will certainly be headed by CEO and Co-President Sheldon Brigman and Everly producer Adam Ripp, who will certainly serve as Chief […]

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Finance,

The Summer Of 2014 And The Return Of The Politics Of Racism

August 26, 2014 Nemes Politics

Image: @ ryanjreilly/twitter This summertime in street politics has been long and violent. But in the middle of the mayhem, there has been a stable signal. It is becoming possible to spot a subtle, tidal shift in the attentions of the post-Occupy American left, far from the subject of economic inequality and to the trouble […]

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Politics,

For An Economics Of Compassion

August 25, 2014 Nemes Random

Economist NA Mujumdar whose respected writings cover even more than 55 years, died on April 6. He had a long and distinguished career in the Reserve Bank of India during which his services were looked for by 5 central banks under the aegis of the International Monetary Fund. After relinquishing the RBI in 1988, he […]

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Economics,

Governors Perry, Christie, And Cuomo: Hardball Politics Or Crook Conduct?

August 24, 2014 Nemes Politics

Exactly what do Governors Perry, Christie, and Cuomo have in common? All three are governors of huge and crucial states, all three are achieved bullies, and all three have actually used bullying tactics just recently for overreaching political goals. Guv Perry, a Republican politician, attempted to push the Travis County District Attorney, a Democrat, into […]

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Politics,

Why Politics Matters

August 23, 2014 Nemes Politics

My Principles and Public Policy Center associate Yuval Levin, who edits the quarterly National Affairs, just recently was spoken with by William Kristol as part of his “Conversations With” series. In the course of their discussion Mr. Levin, in discussing policy, states it’s about problem-solvingnot supreme troubles but practical ones. This is vital in allowing […]

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