Tag Archives: Coronavirus

Bruce Melton :
PANDEMIC | The Covid-19 testing myth

If more tests meant more cases, the number of cases would mirror the number of tests. By Bruce Melton | The Rag Blog | July 23, 2020 AUSTIN — More tests means more cases, right? And, everyone can get a … finish reading Bruce Melton :
PANDEMIC | The Covid-19 testing myth

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Harry Targ :
ECONOMICS | New thinking, political economy, and economic policy

The university community as a microcosm of the national economy. By Harry Targ | The Rag Blog | July 8, 2020 WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — In a recent article Shawn Hubler surveys the impacts of the Covid 19 pandemic on … finish reading Harry Targ :
ECONOMICS | New thinking, political economy, and economic policy

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Roger Baker :
ECONOMICS | The economy of the pandemic

What was unbalanced before can’t be restored to the previous exponential growth state. By Roger Baker | The Rag Blog | May 17, 2020 The whole global system of finance capital is so loaded down with unrepayable fiat currency debt … finish reading Roger Baker :
ECONOMICS | The economy of the pandemic

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James Retherford :
Dr. Dada’s outlook takes a dark turn

America doesn’t need more test kits, it needs four more years… By James Retherford | The Rag Blog | May 8, 2018 The pandemic lockdown has unlocked my alter-ego, Dr. Dada. Free to roam the murky corners of his imagination, … finish reading James Retherford :
Dr. Dada’s outlook takes a dark turn

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Joshua Brown :
POLITICAL CARTOON | Fresh meat

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Bruce Melton :
COVID-19: The tale of two graphs

Careful what you see and believe. By Bruce Melton | The Rag Blog | April 20, 2020 In my work as a professional engineer, as an environmental researcher, and now as the director of the oldest independent climate science education … finish reading Bruce Melton :
COVID-19: The tale of two graphs

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Anne Lewis :
PHOTO ESSAY | Playing cards with the devil

They are gathered. The sermon begins. By Anne Lewis | The Rag Blog | April 19, 2020 AUSTIN — This story is a compromise between common sense and documentary instinct. Every photograph is socially distanced. The quotes come, in part, … finish reading Anne Lewis :
PHOTO ESSAY | Playing cards with the devil

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