Reasons Why Google Is Evil

This post is a response to Google for deindexing (censoring) Vheadline for no other reason other than because they do not agree with our way of thinking. We want to get the message out there that Google is an evil manipulative company. Why are Google evil? Do I really need to explain why? Well Here are some reasons why Google […]

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Andrew McKillop: Demographic oil demand and peak oil

VHeadline.com oil industry commentarist Andrew McKillop writes:  Since the time of Malthus and Ricardo (around 1810-20) and as also investigated by Engels and Marx (in the 1850s and 1860s) economists have taken an interest in mass consumption trends and patterns, and their determinants. Oil, gas and coal consumption is most certainly a mass consumption phenomenon, but the implications of very […]

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Andrew McKillop: No supply side answers to the coming oil crisis

VHeadline.com oil industry commentarist Andrew McKillop writes:  One hangover from the ultraliberal 1980s (during which the New Economy emerged from the wreck of ” Keynesian economics “) is the myth or pious belief in so-called ‘supply side solutions’. The myth itself, however, was built on the real world, realpolitik process of first destroying demand. Intense recession in the 1980-83 period, […]

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Andrew McKillop: Why we need oil at US$60 a barrel

VHeadline.com oil industry commentarist Andrew McKillop writes: The US economy attained it highest-ever postwar growth of real GDP, achieving what today would be the unthinkable, and certainly impossible all-year rate of 7.5%, in the Reagan re-election year of 1984. At the time, in dollars of 2003 corrected for inflation and purchasing power parity, the oil price range for daily traded […]

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