The Huffington Post reviewed the mastheads of the American Journal of Economics, the Journal of Economic Perspectives, Journal of Economic Literature, the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, the Journal of Political Economy and the Journal of Monetary Economics. HuffPost interns Googled around looking for resumes and otherwise searched for Fed connections for the 190 people on those mastheads. Of the 84 that were affiliated with the Federal Reserve at one point in their careers, 21 were on the Fed payroll even as they served as gatekeepers at prominent journals. At the Journal of Monetary Economics, every single member of the editorial board is or has been affiliated with the Fed and 14 of the 26 board members are presently on the Fed payroll.
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Nutria, what exactly is your problem with children, singing?
What exactly is your problem with what those children are singing about?
I think it's pretty obvious that all subsidies and other government favors for corn ethanol must be outlawed. What I did not realize is just how overblown the entire "petroleum shortage" is. There is absolutely no excuse to burn dinosaurs for more than a minuscule fraction of our energy, when it's this easy to convert sunlight to electricity.