Lynne Kiesling Ed Reid tried to post the following comment on my post below regarding the GAO’s report on energy demand in the 21st century: I am concerned about the implications of “providing clear and consistent signals to energy markets”, as opposed to allowing free communication of clear signals among market participants. The US energy … More SHOULD GOVERNMENTS PROVIDE PRICE SIGNALS? NO, THEY CAN’T DO IT … More SHOULD GOVERNMENTS PROVIDE PRICE SIGNALS? NO, THEY CAN’T DO IT
Lynne Kiesling Dear loyal and wonderful readers and commenters, Thank you for your continued and appreciated interaction. I know that my MT-Blacklist has gone OTT Puritan; I actually think my host has futzed around with my MT installation. So comments and trackbacks are not currently working. I am just too swamped with the day jobs … More LET ME REITERATE: COMMENTS AND TRACKBACK NOT WORKING FOR NOW! … More LET ME REITERATE: COMMENTS AND TRACKBACK NOT WORKING FOR NOW!
Lynne Kiesling Is there something in the water, or the air? Yesterday the Manolo, he recommended a lovely cowboy boot to a loyal reader, and had the very nice things to say about the cowboy boot. For the past decade I’ve been threatening to buy a pair, ever since the first time I went to … More Cowboy footwear as a cultural moment … More Cowboy footwear as a cultural moment
Lynne Kiesling Tim Worstall has a post about an Oxfam proposal to enhance the well-being of small coffee farmers. He links to and quotes an article as saying Oxfam stated coffee … processors should fund, along with rich-country governments, the … destruction of at least five million bags of coffee stocks, Tim then does some … More OXFAM LOOKING TO REDUCE PRODUCTIVITY OR TRANSFER WEALTH? … More OXFAM LOOKING TO REDUCE PRODUCTIVITY OR TRANSFER WEALTH?