@breakfast & company
Since when was television a basic survival need of anyone?
Was it before or after we decided that the presence of free market principles stifled debate and should therefore be stifled itself?
Maybe we should instead ignore the study of economics and focus on the REAL problems out there. I'm not sure what the agenda is, but it is clear that we've forgotten that every decision we make has an effect. The effect might be a positive or negative cost, but it is a reality nonetheless. Why not quantify the price of our decisions and maybe even look to see if our policies are the cause of our problems instead of solutions to them