Tag Archive: economics

Non-Linear Impacts of Tariffs

One of the things we’ve seen a lot of in the last few days is Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross making the rounds on TV to argue for imposing trade tariffs.  He’s using a… Continue reading

Trade Wars are Good Now?

I was hoping to wake up this morning and get right to work on some more medical analysis.  And instead, I woke up to the idea that trade wars are somehow a good… Continue reading

Gun Rant Explosion

When I started off analysis as a career, it was in military intelligence.  And I was good at it.  If I hadn’t gotten sick, I probably would have stayed with it.  Knowing you’re… Continue reading

Good Trade with Kazakhstan?

We all know that President Trump isn’t a big fan of trade deficits.  That may be putting it lightly.  But today, he made an interesting statement about the economic relationship with Kazakhstan.  He… Continue reading

The economic conditions of failing gun control

For the 2006 – 2007 period covered by the US Census Bureau, New York City metropolitan area had 1212 gun related homicides while the Dallas area had 538.  Despite having very different gun… Continue reading