Monthly Archives: November 2010

Isn’t It Time?

I am writing a book (“Isn’t It Time?“) to highlight solutions to the myriad of issues we face today. Here’s the opening of the first chapter. I welcome comments about how this lands with you. As I write about the … Continue reading

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Late-2010 Economy

Before we dive into today’s topic, let me help ground our understanding of the numbers being bandied about today. For instance, if you were to begin to count one-dollar bills at the rate of one per second, just short of … Continue reading

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At Ease

Joanna Macy tells us that there are three approaches to change: Band-aid New structure Growth in consciousness It is my intention that this blog will focus on changing our collective consciousness. Too often, we get bogged down in the muddy … Continue reading

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Quantitative Easing: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Us

We need to get past America’s current economic system whereby assets, land and buildings, are acquired by borrowing money at an interest rate that can be serviced solely by rents and the ‘depreciation’ of the property. Why would a landlord … Continue reading

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