Within the Economic Personalism all loans made for sound capital will not bear interest, explains Michael Greaney
There is exactly enough money in the economy to provide financing for all feasible capital investment, argues Michael Greaney.
New capital formation can be financed out of the future profits of the capital itself argues author and teacher Michael Greaney.
Even the appointment of more-or-less conservative justices to the United States Supreme Court will do next to nothing to improve the situation.
An independent candidate for Wanneroo received higher support than his rivals from micro parties.