Econstories.tv is a place to learn about the economic way of thinking through the eyes of creative director John Papola and creative economist Russ Roberts.rnrnIn Fear the Boom and Bust, John Maynard Keynes and F. A. Hayek, two of the great economists of the 20th century, come back to life to attend an economics conference on the economic crisis. Before the conference begins, and at the insistence of Lord Keynes, they go out for a night on the town and sing about why there's a "boom and bust" cycle in modern economies and good reason to fear it.rnrnGet the full lyrics, story and free download of the song in high quality MP3 and AAC files at:rnrnhttp://www.econstories.tvrnrnPlus, to see and hear more from the stars of Fear the Boom and Bust, Billy Scafuri and Adam Lustick, visit their site: http://www.billyandadam.comrnrnMusic was produced by Jack Bradley at Blackboard3 Music and Sound Design. It was composed and performed by Richard Royston Jacobs.
John F. Kennedy Moon Speech - Rice Stadium. Part 2 (of 2) One of the greatest speeches in history. A great moment in history only exceeded by the actual arrival of Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins on the moon. Be sure to watch it until the end!
John F. Kennedy Moon Speech - Rice Stadium. --- Please, this is no forum for conspiracy theories and nonsense like this, regardless from which, so called, political corner you come from. So please, cut this crap out. Do it elsewhere. Try to be humble for one time only and be inspired by a speech about all that is great in man and stop doing all that is foul and ugly. Thank you! --- One of the greatest speeches in history. A great moment in history only exceeded by the actual arrival of Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins on the moon. Be sure to watch it until the end!
This is the full address by John F. Kennedy to the people of West-Berlin on june 26, 1963. It would take another 26 years before the wall finally came down and Kennedy would not live to see it happen. The 35th President of the United States was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. FULL SPEECH (audio only)