From The 22 (Non-Negotiable) Laws of Wellness: "The greatest pursuit is not good health, unsurpassed wisdom, economic surplus, political freedom, or even faith that can move mountains. It is the daily practice of the greatest of the non-negotiable laws of wellness, the Law of Unconditional Loving. Unconditional, nonjudgmental loving. This is our aim, life’s single highest and most rewarding pursuit..."-- Greg Anderson
Trump’s own economic advisers say he’s wrong: The U.S. has a trade surplus with Canada, not a deficit.... #TheStar .... “Goods cross the Peace Bridge over the Canada-U.S. border near Buffalo in an Oct. 26, file photo. Canada has a surplus with the U.S. in the trade of goods, but the Americans more than make up for that in services.”
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When liberals criticize “trickle-down economics” (an invented term by the left, anyhow, but never mind that), one of the criticisms is that the low tax rates mean that the government has less money to spend. Not that spending less money is a bad thing, but statistics for the first full month under the new GOP…
Russian. Shmita literally means “release” and in the biblical tradition, it represents the final year of a shared calendar cycle, when land is left fallow (i.e., left unsown for a period to restore the soil’s fertility as part of a crop rotation or to avoid wasteful surplus production), debts are forgiven and a host of other agricultural and economic adjustments are made to ensure the maintenance of an equitable, just, and healthy society. The next Shmita year starts Rosh Hashana 2014.