Sanders: 220/28 = 7.86 Bills&Amendments per year Warren: 45/6 = 7.5 Gillibrand 92/12 = 7.66 Klobuchar 125/12 = 10.41What does this information tell us? Well the author sets up Warren and Gillibrand as if they do so much more than Bernie, which they don't. But the real answer to this question is it tells us absolutely nothing, other than these Congresspeople do work. So again, this is a complete non-point.
Let me address it from the perspective of someone who is an opponent of nuclear power, who opposes the construction of power plants and, if he had his way, would shut down the existing nuclear power plants as quickly and as safely as we could.20) He praised trump the day after the election and said he looked forward to working with him.
One of the reasons that many of us oppose nuclear power plants is that when this technology was developed, there was not a lot of thought given as to how we dispose of the nuclear waste. Neither the industry nor the Government, in my view, did the right thing by allowing the construction of the plants and not figuring out how we get rid of the waste.
But the issue we are debating here today is not that issue. The reality, as others have already pointed out, is that the waste is here. We cannot wish it away. It exists in power plants in Maine and Vermont, it exists in hospitals, it is here.
No reputable scientist or environmentalist believes that the geology of Vermont or Maine would be a good place for this waste. In the humid climate of Vermont and Maine, it is more likely that groundwater will come in contact with that waste and carry off radioactive elements to the accessible environment.
There is widespread scientific evidence to suggest, on the other hand, that locations in Texas, some of which receive less than 12 inches of rainfall a year, a region where the groundwater table is more than 700 feet below the surface, is a far better location for this waste.
This is not a political assertion, it is a geological and environmental reality. Furthermore, even if this compact is not approved, it is likely that Texas, which has a great deal of low-level radioactive waste, and we should make the point that 80 percent of the waste is coming from Texas, 10 percent from Vermont, 10 percent from Maine, the reality is that Texas will go forward with or without this compact in building a facility to dispose of their low-level radioactive waste.
"In 1963, as a junior, he waged a crusade for sexual freedom, assailing the school’s leaders for forcing their puritan views on undergraduates—and ruining their students’ sex lives.So read the "rape" essay for yourself, see how it doesn't comport with Bernie saying that women fantasize about rape. https://i.imgur.com/hJVDNT5.png
In doing so, Sanders made national news. This crusade was emblematic of the way Sanders conducted himself in Hyde Park and throughout his political career—firm in his beliefs, fiery in his rhetoric, and unafraid of confrontation.
It began with a 2,000-word, ALL-CAPS-laced manifesto in the Maroon, the daily student newspaper, outlining the intellectual case for sexual freedom. Titled “Sex and the Single Girl—Part Two” (a nod to Helen Gurley Brown’s feminist treatise), Sanders attacked the university’s strict student housing guidelines—which prohibited women from living off-campus and restricted visiting access for persons of the opposite sex—with the kind of fire he’d later reserve for capitalists and war hawks."
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I love how Canada and China are targeting their tarriffs to hurt Trump supporters most...Comment removed from /Economics - UberPirate18E - Created on 07/07/18 00:00:01 UTC - permalink
Clueless mods.Comment removed from /Economics - tendrloin_aristocrat - Created on 07/07/18 00:01:04 UTC - permalink
HECKIN BULLSHITTERSComment removed from /Economics - europeanconsumer - Created on 07/07/18 00:03:26 UTC - permalink
THEYRE THE WORST!Comment removed from /Economics - evangamer9000 - Created on 07/07/18 00:03:47 UTC - permalink
Not really. Historic empires were highly unequal. Just look at medieval China or Europe to confirm that.Comment removed from /Economics - europeanconsumer - Created on 07/07/18 00:04:27 UTC - permalink
Jesus...Comment removed from /Economics - EmAreDubs - Created on 07/07/18 00:06:27 UTC - permalink
1) As usual, it seems like no one read the article.
2) Is /economics just a hangout for the Heritage Foundation or something?
Good luck with that. Is Bernie going to take your guns before or after you commit mass acts of economic violence?Comment removed from /Economics - Moimoi328 - Created on 07/07/18 00:10:33 UTC - permalink
I am a millionaire and acquired my wealth via my career and saving prudently. You are accusing me of being a thief and a criminal.Comment removed from /Economics - Moimoi328 - Created on 07/07/18 00:16:24 UTC - permalink
First of all, fuck you. Second of all, who did I steal from, specifically? Finally, what gives you the right to steal my wealth, which you did absolutely fuck-all to earn?
Dial back the paranoia, narcissism and offensive language, Moimoi328. You’re not the only one who is financially independent in this debate. I couldn’t care less how much money you have. Wealth envy is not an affliction I suffer from in life. I’m also not a malignant narcissist. Contrary to what you tell yourself, you could have NEVER accumulated your wealth without the economic infrastructure which made it possible. So, spare us all your Randian bootstrap fantasies.Comment removed from /Economics - FearlessTruth - Created on 07/07/18 00:31:19 UTC - permalink
I pointed out that a massive income and wealth redistribution scheme took place in the country because it did. I watched that disgrace go down with an inside-the-beltway perspective on it. This is a FACT substantiated by U.S. metrics and long-term trends. Look it up since you don’t believe me.
Wealth is not an entitlement in this country. If you don’t like that harsh reality, that is your problem alone. This country doesn’t owe you what you think it does.
Oh boy, here we go.Comment removed from /Economics - Moimoi328 - Created on 07/07/18 00:44:44 UTC - permalink
Dial back the paranoia, narcissism and offensive language, Moimoi328You and your ilk accuse people like me of being scum, selfish, criminals, thieves, etc in order to dehumanize us. Then you make the claim that because we are these things, it’s ok to steal our wealth. You are the one pointing the gun at me asking for my money. Don’t be surprised when we fight back.
Contrary to what you tell yourself, you could have NEVER accumulated your wealth without the economic infrastructure which made it possible. So, spare us all your Randian bootstrap fantasies.The economic infrastructure that made it possible has been bought and paid for by those before me. Those past economic transactions are IRRELEVANT to what is going on right now. Anybody can take advantage of them.
I pointed out that a massive income and wealth redistribution scheme took place in the country because it did. I watched that disgrace go down with an inside-the-beltway perspective on it. This is a FACT substantiated by U.S. metrics and long-term trends. Look it up since you don’t believe me.Nope, absolutely disagree with your assessment. There is no large scale orchestrated redistribution of wealth from the poor to the rich. It’s always been the other way around.
Wealth is not an entitlement in this country. If you don’t like that harsh reality, that is your problem alone. This country doesn’t owe you what you think it does.This is so ironic it’s almost laughable. You’re the one proposing to steal my income, presumably, because the poor should be entitled to some wealth.
So, I ask you again. How much of my wealth, of which you did fuck-all to earn, do you want to steal from me?
Compared to medieval Africa, South America, Russia? Haha.Comment removed from /Economics - gamercer - Created on 07/07/18 00:48:44 UTC - permalink
As usual those that count on benefits without cost are bound to happen fail eventually and here we are.Comment removed from /Economics - Joeblowme123 - Created on 07/07/18 00:58:46 UTC - permalink
A huge number of people are confused why were Union jobs so good in the past and so sucky if your a new worker?
Simple the reason Union's had such good benefits is they promised to steal it from the next generation.
Russia is in Europe.Comment removed from /Economics - europeanconsumer - Created on 07/07/18 00:58:58 UTC - permalink
The data I've read most about is from Europe and China.
Perhaps these continents not having scripture makes it hard to obtain data.
I don't know much about those continents, except that the South American folks distributed women based on social rank. Feel free to enlighten me sir good redditor.
Yes, because pays and benefit in right to states like SC is much better, right? /sComment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/07/18 01:00:17 UTC - permalink
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Medieval China and Europe being the most unequal, and yet the wealthiest is evidence for my point, not yours.Comment removed from /Economics - gamercer - Created on 07/07/18 01:12:20 UTC - permalink
We aren't in disagreement Union's feasted in the next generation future and had a great ride running up a credit card to be paid for by their children.Comment removed from /Economics - Joeblowme123 - Created on 07/07/18 01:20:21 UTC - permalink
What we are in disagreement over is stealing money from the next generation is immoral and really risky.
All it takes is for the supreme Court to rule against Union's again and those unfunded liabilities to get defaulted on and all those people will loose the ability to steal from their children.
Since I am first, may Warren Mosler bless us all with his knowledge of economics, and may MMT soothe us into sleep every night.Comment removed from /badeconomics - PetarPYoutube - Created on 07/07/18 01:22:58 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /Economics - phoenix2448 - Created on 07/07/18 01:24:53 UTC - permalink2) Is /economics just a hangout for the Heritage Foundation or something?Sure seems that way. Economics here seems to mean the American definition: free market capitalism. Regulations are bad and alternatives (dare I say the word) are evil.
So you are concluding that union must be the cause of pension crisis despite the fact that SC, a right to work State, has far worst problem in unfunded liabilities? Don't you think there are far many other factors at work?Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/07/18 01:26:26 UTC - permalink
I agree that Supreme Court need to forbid state govt from continue to underfund liabilities, if you make it hurt to fund those programs, you will think twice about doing the things that run up the debt.
What I disagree is the oversimplification of the pension crisis. In SC, we are seeing fewer hires relative to growth, stagnated wages, and of course, over generous benefit. But it seems you are focused on packaging a criticism of against union instead of trying to solve our pension crisis.
Actually the pensions and retirement funds lost a shit ton on the MBS’s from 2007 and beforeComment removed from /Economics - unimployed - Created on 07/07/18 01:28:46 UTC - permalink
You just confirmed every observation I previously made and exposed/confirmed additional character flaws I never mentioned. As malignant narcissists go, you’re definitely an overachiever.Comment removed from /Economics - FearlessTruth - Created on 07/07/18 01:36:20 UTC - permalink
The economic infrastructure that made it possible has been bought and paid for by those before me. Those past economic transactions are IRRELEVANT to what is going on right now. Anybody can take advantage of them.As someone who has caught and imprisoned scores of white collar criminals/bankers, you think and behave exactly as they do. You mistakenly assume this country and the world exist for your benefit alone. They don’t. Rest assured, the karma train and society will run you down in time. When they do, you’ll deserve your plight.
I told you before, but it obviously bears repeating...I don’t need to steal your money because I earned my money. I don’t concern myself with anyone stealing my money outside of crooked bankers/executives/politicians who think just like you do. They’re the only weasels who would try. They’re also the only weasels who feel entitled to embezzle from others.
One final point, switch to decaf, ease off the nose candy, stop watching Bullshit Mountain (aka Fox News) or all of thevabove. You’re bouncing-off-the-walls crazy here.
This but ironically.Comment removed from /badeconomics - SnoopBillTwinkle - Created on 07/07/18 01:37:04 UTC - permalink
You realize unions still exist in right to work states right? The fact that a state is right to work is not alone enough to prevent unions from forming corrupt deals that pass the burden of payment onto people that aren't even voting yet. The problem is government unions in general. They're fighting over other people's money. Nobody involved in these agreements has any skin in the game. Some of the states with the worst pension problems are conservative states - it's a fairly bipartisan problem, though it affects the blue states a little bit more.Comment removed from /Economics - ksndjsosmwmtixnsn3 - Created on 07/07/18 01:41:44 UTC - permalink
You realize that unions in right to work States like SC have no power, right?Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/07/18 01:42:50 UTC - permalink
I have no idea where the hell you're getting this idea. Police unions, fire department unions, there are plenty of unions in right to work states with significant power.Comment removed from /Economics - ksndjsosmwmtixnsn3 - Created on 07/07/18 01:52:31 UTC - permalink
That's not true. They only have no power if they can't convince people to join their unions.Comment removed from /Economics - way2lazy2care - Created on 07/07/18 01:53:16 UTC - permalink
At least they commented on the topic. You:Comment removed from /Economics - Dave1mo1 - Created on 07/07/18 01:54:46 UTC - permalink
1) Complained about other people's comments without contributing yourself.
2) Took an ad hominem pot shot at the other end of the ideological spectrum.
Let me give you the rundown of economics in case your new here.Comment removed from /Economics - huge_clock - Created on 07/07/18 01:59:16 UTC - permalink
1) Researcher publishes marginally interesting data on a controversial subject.
2) Journalist from NYT, huffpo, CNN, etc. bastardizes research with clickbait headline to make it sound like god himself has just delivered his final judgement on said controversial topic.
3) Casual users from politics with some extra time in high school geometry, bored of trump articles and the mueller investigation shitsling said article to the top of the heap.
4) The commenters show up to demonstrate their Econ 101 knowledge.
That's SC, 1.6% unionized workers here.Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/07/18 01:59:45 UTC - permalink
Frankly, without mandatory union membership, they simply will stay irrelevant. What is the point of hiring a union worker when we have someone else who is willing to work for less?
In my profession (teaching), it is easy for employers to exploit that.
And no, SC unions do not have any meaningful influence on any policies, the pension crisis is the state govt's own doing.
In South Carolina?Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/07/18 02:01:35 UTC - permalink
I'm a public school teacher here for decades, don't see any union influence whatsoever.
I cant speak for SC specifically. But texas has a decent pension problem due to corrupt deals with government unions. Kentucky if I remember right is #2 in the country, right between NJ and CA. It's a bipartisan problem. A lot of states exempt PD and FD departments from right to work laws apparently, so that's part of the reason why. But there are still other unions with power in maryland, where I live, which is a right to work state.Comment removed from /Economics - ksndjsosmwmtixnsn3 - Created on 07/07/18 02:06:16 UTC - permalink
The world is mostly neoclassicalists because in the US, people who critiqued neoclassicalism were red-baited out of universities in the 60s.Comment removed from /Economics - kristopolous - Created on 07/07/18 02:10:33 UTC - permalink
I used to attend post-graduate economic discussion groups at UCLA. Most of the people had either Masters or PhDs in economics and over 90% had never actually read Marx. Only a handful had even heard of Bakunin. I didn't even get to things like Georgism. It's an extremely narrow focus these days.
Comment removed from /Economics - way2lazy2care - Created on 07/07/18 02:19:44 UTC - permalinkWhat is the point of hiring a union worker when we have someone else who is willing to work for less?What's the point of joining a union if they can't provide enough benefit to attract members?
Dear God, what happened to your balls man.Comment removed from /Economics - neuteruric - Created on 07/07/18 02:32:11 UTC - permalink
Thanks for the point. I don't got the data, though.Comment removed from /Economics - europeanconsumer - Created on 07/07/18 02:33:24 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /Economics - Mr__Mojo - Created on 07/07/18 02:33:32 UTC - permalinkSimple the reason Union's had such good benefits is they promised to steal it from the next generation.By that logic older generations are using social security to steal from younger ones. Do you think that we should eliminate social security so that old people die in poverty?
Comment removed from /badeconomics - lorentz65 - Created on 07/07/18 02:45:42 UTC - permalinkWarren Mosler, mmtREEEEEE
It's a hangout for leftists from /politicsComment removed from /Economics - Chris_Pacia - Created on 07/07/18 03:02:38 UTC - permalink
This is an embarrassingly illiterate analysis.Comment removed from /Economics - ParanoydAndroid - Created on 07/07/18 03:03:09 UTC - permalink
The author of the article is a prominent economist and researcher.Comment removed from /Economics - austinsible - Created on 07/07/18 03:03:23 UTC - permalink
That's the dumbest shit I've heard all day.Comment removed from /Economics - UberPirate18E - Created on 07/07/18 03:13:00 UTC - permalink
You really would have made a great slave ..
And here ladies and gentleman we can observe the strawman fallacy in perfect form. A textbook example.Comment removed from /Economics - DollarSignsGoFirst - Created on 07/07/18 03:13:14 UTC - permalink
You’re making generalizations that aren’t true though. Unions play a critical role in free markets. Saying that regulations are bad doesn’t mean unions shouldn’t exist. I’d much prefer workers banding together for negotiations than a government enforcing it.Comment removed from /Economics - DollarSignsGoFirst - Created on 07/07/18 03:17:07 UTC - permalink
Also just for anyone else, just because I support the right to unionize doesn’t mean I don’t think they have flaws and can cause serious problems.
If you're going to accuse someone of making a fallacious argument you should at least make an effort to justify that claim.Comment removed from /Economics - Mr__Mojo - Created on 07/07/18 03:24:54 UTC - permalink
It's a joke, you may relax my son.Comment removed from /badeconomics - PetarPYoutube - Created on 07/07/18 03:26:47 UTC - permalink
Peter Schiff would want us to convert 100% of our assets into Gold in his honour.Comment removed from /badeconomics - PetarPYoutube - Created on 07/07/18 03:28:00 UTC - permalink
It isn’t obvious? Really? You said if someone wants to eliminate social security that means they want old people to die in poverty.Comment removed from /Economics - DollarSignsGoFirst - Created on 07/07/18 03:36:49 UTC - permalink
The alternatives are not considered evil, they are denounced as nonsense.Comment removed from /Economics - hishose_56 - Created on 07/07/18 03:37:39 UTC - permalink
America is mostly neoclassicalist because it does the best job of explaining the economy. Marxism is absolute quackery.Comment removed from /Economics - aminok - Created on 07/07/18 03:38:14 UTC - permalink
But rest assured, with the spread of left-wing Marxist dogma in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Economics is slowly starting to be broken down and succumbing to the anti-scientific left-wing ideologies.
I wasn’t speaking about unions specifically but about the sub as a whole.Comment removed from /Economics - phoenix2448 - Created on 07/07/18 03:39:09 UTC - permalink
Yes social security is a Ponzi scheme and should be abolished asap.Comment removed from /Economics - Joeblowme123 - Created on 07/07/18 03:45:55 UTC - permalink
The generation before me falling for a Ponzi scheme isn't a reason to destroy the future generation so irresponsible people can retire by theft.
It's harsh but generational theft is immoral.
You never read Marx and have no idea what you're talking about, at allComment removed from /Economics - kristopolous - Created on 07/07/18 03:55:03 UTC - permalink
YesComment removed from /Economics - atxProgramming - Created on 07/07/18 04:00:48 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /Economics - JimmyTango - Created on 07/07/18 04:11:11 UTC - permalinkanti-scientificLol and economics is as rigorous as the laws of physics! Pull the other one.
Rarely do I have to say something like this but: I call bullshit on this post. I'm 34 now but my bachelor's was in Finance and Master's in International Econ and you weren't getting past even entry level Finance and Econ classes just as part of the business school as a whole without having a fairly solid understanding of these concepts. And like I said I'm referring to the business school as a whole: these were required entry level classes even for marketing majors.Comment removed from /Economics - Matt-Mesa - Created on 07/07/18 04:22:36 UTC - permalink
I don't discount that you met a lot of statisticians and mathematicians studying Econ. Some more interested in the math than the theory, some like me that could study theory for the rest of my life, and all sorts in between but that is one of the beautiful parts of The Dismal Science. For every mathematician now we also have famous names like Dan Ariely approaching from a totally different background and mindset completely outside the realm of math and it's turned out beautiful!
I highly highly doubt you were sitting with a lot of people who earned PhD's in Econ (this is no small nor easy task by ANY measure) that look like a deer in headlights mentioning Bretton Woods and monetary policy. Unless, no offense but it is a possibility, you said something so baseless or outlandish they didn't know how to respond except stare at you like a deer in headlights.
I'm talking about a non classical analysis of the monetary policy. There's different proseminars. I mostly attended the economic theory ones and a bit of economic history for about 2 years about once a week. I made friends with a number of the people there.Comment removed from /Economics - kristopolous - Created on 07/07/18 04:30:18 UTC - permalink
It's a large department and generally the same people attended so maybe there were people I didn't come in contact with.
Business school and economic departments are certainly different places. I've never been to a business school. My background is engineering and math.
My favorite part is the length of time people spend typing on their cell phones for a couple different reasons.Comment removed from /Economics - Matt-Mesa - Created on 07/07/18 04:33:50 UTC - permalink
1) To each make sure they make the next most obscure reference or theory. In a few more posts someone will be quoting parchment paper found to be 10,000 years older than current known civilizations that formed the basis for all modern Econ/Finance
2) Making sure there is at least one 10 letter word in each sentence.
I wonder how many of these people actually work in the private sector in Econ or Finance? I LOVE the theory that makes up Finance and Econ - more than any other part of it all as a whole. I am quite proud of the position I've managed to attain at the largest company of its type in the world working on the largest account in the world especially being a non-ivy like all my colleagues. If I spoke as people do on here to our Executive Leadership with such obscure references and such a condescending tone that would be the last time I spoke to them in a formal setting.
I've read enough Marx to know he's a quack. The theory of surplus value is the economic equivalent of alchemy. Turn an innocent person into a villain, without any crime at all!Comment removed from /Economics - aminok - Created on 07/07/18 04:34:07 UTC - permalink
The difficulty of economics doesn't justify fully abandoning the principles of science and embracing pseudo-economical ideologies like socialism.Comment removed from /Economics - aminok - Created on 07/07/18 04:35:10 UTC - permalink
Read my other post on this threadComment removed from /Economics - Matt-Mesa - Created on 07/07/18 04:35:45 UTC - permalink
No one's telling you to abandon academic or scientific rigor in your field, but somehow elevating your field above other social sciences because numbers is faulty logic. You're studying human behavior just like the rest of them.Comment removed from /Economics - JimmyTango - Created on 07/07/18 04:37:29 UTC - permalink
You've got nothing but sheer emotional sensationalism to add to this. The stronger the opinion, the weaker the knowledgeComment removed from /Economics - kristopolous - Created on 07/07/18 04:39:11 UTC - permalink
Here I'll just post it again for youComment removed from /Economics - Matt-Mesa - Created on 07/07/18 04:49:37 UTC - permalink
Proseminars - 11 characters. I can't help but to be an ass on this thread today. There are different proseminars? You mean there is more than one graduate level course or more than one graduate level course that allows undergrads at a university?? Lol. Good lord. See item two on my list below.
My favorite part of these threads are the length of time people spend typing on their cell phones for a couple different reasons.
1) To each make sure they make the next most obscure reference or theory. In a few more posts someone will be quoting parchment paper found to be 10,000 years older than current known civilizations that formed the basis for all modern Econ/Finance
2) Making sure there is at least one 10 letter word in each sentence.
I wonder how many of these people actually work in the private sector in Econ or Finance? I LOVE the theory that makes up Finance and Econ - more than any other part of it all as a whole. I am quite proud of the position I've managed to attain at the largest company of its type in the world working on the largest account in the world especially being a non-ivy like all my colleagues at 34. BUT If I spoke as people do on here to our Executive Leadership, the Client, whether in proposals, analysis, or even just making a point with such obscure references or the constant condescending tone used it would be the one and only time.
On Monday I will start my first internship, at a development projects consultant. Right now anxiety has begun to creep in. How were your first internships?Comment removed from /badeconomics - ZaratustraElJarkor - Created on 07/07/18 04:54:29 UTC - permalink
If someone wants to eliminate social security then the consequence of that will be old people dying in poverty. If you go to the Wikipedia page for "History of Social Security within the United States" the first paragraph literally readsComment removed from /Economics - Mr__Mojo - Created on 07/07/18 05:10:54 UTC - permalink
A limited form of the Social Security program began as a measure to implement "social insurance" during the Great Depression of the 1930s, when poverty rates among senior citizens exceeded 50 percent.Social security exists as a measure to reduce poverty rates among senior citizens.
The seminars are open to the general public and each subdepartment generally ran their own. I was 8 years out of graduate school before going to my first one in economics.Comment removed from /Economics - kristopolous - Created on 07/07/18 05:11:44 UTC - permalink
As far as the private sector goes, it's a different pursuit and a different set of values. I've worked at a number of for profit startups and in a number of research labs. They are doing different things and have different goals. I don't think a good businessman would necessarily make a good researcher or that a good researcher would necessarily be good at business. They are quite different
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