Noah Smith & Brad DeLong’s 30:00 < [Length of Weekly Podcast] < 60:00
Financial arguments in opposition to greater taxes that will have been considerably believable again within the days of 70% or so most particular person and 40% or so most capital features tax charges merely don’t apply now.
Proper-wing events that do not suppose they’ll credibly make the argument that cosseting their core constituencies is critical for speedy financial development seek for some non-economic cleavage through which the wealthy and the right-thinking poor, or the right-colored poor, might be on one aspect and the individuals who search a fairer and extra equal distribution of revenue and better taxes on the wealthy might be placed on the opposite—let’s all yell about vital race concept, and possibly they will not take note of the truth that we simply, you understand, take all people’s cash.
Capital to fund funding is basically not a giant constraint proper now—incentivizing financial savings in monetary belongings actually is simply pushing on a string.
Firms with investments which have excessive societal worth in enlargement should be correctly incentivized—both by the scent of extra earnings subsequent 12 months from serving a bigger market with decrease prices of manufacturing by means of bigger scale, or by means of the federal government paying and so getting costs righter than the free market will get them.
“Doge coin” is pronounced with a gentle “g” sound.
No, Doge coin shouldn’t be named after the title of the pinnacle of state of the Venetian Republic
Doge coin’s title comes from the Homestar Runner line: “I need a doge”…
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Tax Basis (2017): Preliminary Particulars and Evaluation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act <https://taxfoundation.org/final-tax-cuts-and-jobs-act-details-analysis/>
&, after all:
Vernor Vinge: A Hearth Upon the Deep <https://books.google.com/books?id=fCCWWgZ7d6UC>