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Discount Mags has The Economist Magazine 1-Year Subscription (51 Issues) for $50 or student rate (school name required) of $45 when you apply coupon code SLICKDEALS at checkout. Thanks hypoh

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#136
have we an all out political debate here on SD? laugh out loud
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#137
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Their general view is one of fiscal conservatism and social liberalism,
You mean libertarian.
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#138
A conservative-leaning magazine would not endorse Sir Golfsalot for re-election like the Economist just did.

It is a fine publication for keeping up with foreign events.
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#139
This is a great deal; I was able to purchase this as a gift for my Dad for Christmas. Stated that first issue will arrive after January 10th when I made my purchase.
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#140
troll.. glad to see BO on SD frontpage!
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#141
Quote from SiloSmashers View Post :
I could answer, but you'd just furrow your brow in a vain attempt to understand.
Aaaaaaand the deal just hit FP again, so more people get to watch you desperately trying to avoid looking like an idiot by running around repeatedly ducking the question.... woot

So I'll ask it again: How are we facing inflation when M3 is barely positive, and certainly below any type of level that would signify runaway inflation?
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So I'll ask it again: How are we facing inflation when M3 is barely positive, and certainly below any type of level that would signify runaway inflation?
Huh? Are you sure you mean M3? M3 is a monetary aggregate, and can't be negative. It's on the order of several trillions of dollars right now.

Here's M3 to 2004:
http://www.southsearepublic.org/f...e_2006.jpg
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#143
Negative YoY change as evident by the declining velocity of money.

http://www.shadowstats.com/altern...ply-charts
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Quote from Sherry1 View Post :
good point kelly! although im not sure about the easy to accumulate part. take some time for the points to show up after doing surveys etc 2-3 weeks? or am i missing a faster way?
The full year sub through Rewardsgold is 8600. half is 4600. As for points, the fastest way is 2 emails = 500 points. Make up some emails and there are your points. I'm sure someone will poo-poo the idea but its never been a problem receiving the mags. Use a standard domain at the end or make one up. I don't think it matters.
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#145
I love the economist plus I got it at no cost to me.

I have a RewardsGold account so I just had to earn some points then redeem them for the Economist.

Here is the link to the store where you can sign up or sign in!
http://www.rewardsgold.com/member...re_pg1.php

PS* RewardsGold has WSJ and Forbes too!
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#146
How do offers like this (or airline miles) work if you already have a subscription? Do they ust "figure it out" and tack on to your existing?
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#147
Quote from The_Linux_Crew View Post :
You mean libertarian.
No, not libertarian. Libertarianism is an emphasis on freedom, so as a matter of principle it stands against regulation and against all forms of government intervention in peoples' lives, both in assisting or preventing them from doing things. So for example, libertarians may not be pro-gay marriage; rather, they would be against the government preventing gay marriage. It cuts both ways though: libertarians would be opposed to things like the Civil Rights Act at the same time.

TE is classically liberal -- that is, it is what we would call fiscally conservative and socially liberal. They broadly support the same principles as many libertarians, but they see and actually endorse government intervention to correct wrongs they perceive. So for example, they are in favor of gun regulation and they thing gay marriage should be legal *because* one of the roles of government is to ensure and foster social equality. Fiscally speaking, they also endorse things like bailouts (sometimes) and other forms of regulation/intervention when they deem it necessary, although they are very much in favor of free markets and trade.

Their perspective is basically that of mainstream economists and financial analysts in the business world -- they don't like regulations or intervention, but it can be necessary so they hesitantly support it in some cases. And, like most academics and New Yorkers (and by extension, people on Wall St.) or Londoners, they are socially liberal and in very much in favor of secularism and tolerance.

Keep in mind, TE is a global publication based out of London, so you cannot just apply an American political mindset when reading it. That said, the majority of their readership is American and they have extremely insightful analysis on American economics and politics, far better than any major American publication I can think of. Their one flaw is a lack of thorough investigative journalism, but the NYT/WP/WSJ have that covered.
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Quote from Kumicho View Post :
Aaaaaaand the deal just hit FP again, so more people get to watch you desperately trying to avoid looking like an idiot by running around repeatedly ducking the question.... woot

So I'll ask it again: How are we facing inflation when M3 is barely positive, and certainly below any type of level that would signify runaway inflation?

laugh out loud....LMAO




Where you getting your M3 data from? Several of the Fed's discontinued series?


http://research.stlouisfed.org/fr...egories/28


So if the M3 is "barely positive" why does even the crooked government numbers show inflation?
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#149
it's a shame that eBay cracked down on those selling economist subscriptions, glad I snatched one though Big Grin
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Quote from SiloSmashers View Post :
laugh out loud....LMAO




Where you getting your M3 data from? Several of the Fed's discontinued series?


http://research.stlouisfed.org/fr...egories/28


So if the M3 is "barely positive" why does even the crooked government numbers show inflation?
If you're not going to bother reading my posts, there's no reason to even bother responding to you....

http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=54519674&postcount=131
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