Now that he is again behind bars, that is where he should stay for the rest of his life.
Our family's position now is any time he comes up for parole we will be at every parole board meeting to make sure he stays in prison where he belongs.
He is still the same manipulative person who has used the system, and it dishonors the life of my father and the life of Jackie Pigott.
We were actually talking about it at work this morning. It just does not fee as if justice was done. Seems like a really serious crime with a pretty small consequence.
There is an unearthly, mystical element in Friedmans thought. The mere existence of a stock of money somehow promotes expenditure. But insofar as he offers an intelligible theory, it is made up of elements borrowed from Keynes.
It is impossible to add the stock of money to the flow of saving.
At any moment there is certainly not balanced trade between the various areas of the habitable globe that happens to be under seperate national governments - there is an ever-changing pattern of deficits and surpluses.
The nature of technology depends very much upon what the public can be induced to put up with.
It is the business of economists, not to tell us what to do, but show why what we are doing anyway is in accord with proper principles.
But, as soon as speculators become an important influence in the market, their business is to speculate on each others behaviour.
But once we bring historical time into the argument, it is not so easy to present the free play of the market as an ideal mechanism for maximizing welfare and securing social justice.
Time, so to say, runs at right angles to the page at each point on the curve.
It is high time to abandon the mainstream and take to the turbulent waters of truly dynamic analysis.
There is no such thing as a normal period of history. Normality is a fiction of economic textbooks.
Reality is never a golden age.