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- More About Puerto Rico Debt « gonzoecon.comgonzoecon.com on Puerto Rico Got Away With It
- Lux Libertas – Light and Liberty » Judd Gregg Was Right on Why I Will Not Use U.S. Government Data for Three More Years
- Intellectual Dishonesty at the New York Times « gonzoecon.com on The Minimum Wage Yet Again
- The Minimum Wage Yet Again « gonzoecon.com on The Minimum Wage Again
- "Freeing Workers From the Insurance Trap" « gonzoecon.com on The Labor Force Participation Rate (LFPR): A Closer Look
- You Can Check Out Any Time You Want, But You Can Never Leave April 24, 2014The economics of this are straightforward. The U.S. government is wasting tens of thousands of dollars (if not more) on this stupid program. Why is it so hard for the Obama administration to get stuff like this right?TonyLima
- More About Puerto Rico Debt April 23, 2014This is all very well and good, but it really doesn't change my original analysis. If anything, it provides additional circumstantial evidence supporting my hypothesis: Puerto Rico really did get away with it.TonyLima
- Puerto Rico Got Away With It April 21, 2014These bonds are CUSIP 74514LE86. The bonds are Puerto Rico Commonwealth Series A maturing July 1, 2035. Take a deep breath. Those are 20 year bonds. The Commonwealth unloaded $3.5 billion of these with a hefty 8 percent coupon according to EMMA. But, as we all know, a bond is nothing more than a promise to make one or more future payments on specified dates.TonyLima
- The Curious Case of the Missing 105 Billion Dollars March 21, 2014The Russians did it. Their holdings were large enough and the timing is too good to be a coincidence. I realize I am committing a cum hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy. Go find the data to convince me I'm wrong.TonyLima
- You Can Check Out Any Time You Want, But You Can Never Leave April 24, 2014