Monthly Archives For January 2011

Frozen assets

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Frozen assets There is an ache across the land frozen in fields and garden pathways, in city streets and promenades, in back ways where only the underground people trade as they try to melt the…

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Tom O’Connor on Fine Gael health proposals

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Tom O’Connor on Fine Gael health proposals Tom O’Connor, writing last July on Progressive Economy, on Fine Gael’s proposals to introduce “Universal Health Insurance”. Interesting to read in light of news that Fine Gael are…

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Haiti's Fatally Flawed Election | CEPR Reports

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Haiti’s Fatally Flawed Election | CEPR Reports "This report describes the results of an independent recount of vote tally sheets from Haiti’s November 28 presidential election. These 11,181 election tally sheets from across Haiti were…

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Good Reads Today

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Dean Baker | The Progressive Case Against Obama’s New Team Dean Baker on why progressives in the US are very uncomfortable about the appointment of  Daley and Sperling to Obama’s economics team. Providing a review…

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Ignore. Downplay. Deny.

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It’s bad enough the debate has not asked the fundamental question of why, after a series of austerity budgets, the deficit did not fall, borrowing costs shot through the roof and growth rates were slashed….

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