Category Archives: Free Trade

Comparing the Citizens Climate Lobby and the Climate Leadership Council Carbon Fee and Dividend Plans

Comparing the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) and the Climate Leadership Council (CLC) Carbon Fee and Dividend Plans The CLC has been put forward by an Οp-Ed in the Washington Post, and the “The Pricing Advantage” by George R. Schultz and … Continue reading

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Are Trump’s Tariff Costs Insignificant?

Comments on Peter Navarro’s Arguments That the Tariffs are Insignificant Update:  8/23  Later that day.  Trump, the Casino owner, has seen the Chinese call, and raised it yet again.  By Midnight, we might be at DEFCON 4.  Trump will raise … Continue reading

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New Trump -ocracies, Part 2

New Trump -ocracies, Part 2 We have more -ocratic forms of Trump’s ruling methods, that would make the previous part 1 too long, so we include them here.  Other than my level classification of  “you can’t make this stuff up” … Continue reading

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Who is Responsible for Carbon Neutrality?

Who is Responsible for Carbon Neutrality? I don’t have the answers to this. I just have a lot of questions. Hundreds of firms will at sometime sign up for Carbon neutrality. This may well include all large and important American … Continue reading

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Canada’s Dairy Industry and Wisconsin Electoral Votes

Canada’s Dairy Industry and Wisconsin Electoral Votes Frankly, we are suspicious that Trump’s focus on Canada’s 300% tariff on imported dairy products may not be that important, but chosen just because it sounds like a good arguing point to put … Continue reading

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The Mathematics of Trump’s Trade Assumptions

The Mathematics of Trump’s Trade Assumptions There is actually a mathematics behind Trump’s Disruptive approach to all the things that he disrupts. The problem is that the complexity of our vast economy is far greater than a single brain can … Continue reading

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