Will the Eurozone farewell Greece?
Europe all too often acts like a head detached from its essential soul. It makes mountains of policy but reflects little about its big picture destiny.
Irrespective of its basis, publicly opposition is inevitably dressed up as being an attack on localism or an attack on democracy itself.
Practical implementation of the goal of a 'democratic mixed economy' implies an extension of democratic principles and forms to the economy as far as is workable.
It appears the Saudis, despite being educated here in the US, have neglected their capital market & economic classes as we are witnessing the E&P model self-correcting itself.
The ghost of Julia Gillard is also haunting another set of recently released books, called the budget papers. And in these you will find some truly scary reading.
At 60% effective, the CO2 abatement cost would be $53-$120 per tonne CO2.
What if the Greeks donít make their payment to the IMF?
So, paying a part pension to people who have inadequate superannuation will become an extravagance that Australia can no longer afford. It will have to cease until they qualify for a full pension.
Working Americans both unionised and not, feared that whatever the overall benefits to the economy, the looming deal would hasten the economy wide extinction of good paying jobs.
Will cabinet stand up for Australian consumers or for special interests?
It is also unknown how many of the people who campaigned for higher wages for the disabled have put their money where their mouth is by employing more disabled people. I strongly suspect the number is zero.