I am getting sick of the morons in the economic blogosphere ranting about Keynesian this and Austrian that and how the other side doesn't understand that their side had the hand stamped imprimatur of god clearly marked on its product.
After a while, it becomes like the ridiculous arguments the early Christians about the physical nature of Christ. The Monophysites said that Christ only had one nature, the divine. The Chalcedonian position was that Christ had two natures, both human and divine.
At the end of the day, it was morons, talking loudly about things that they really couldn't understand, trying to prove to other morons that they were more wronger than the original moron. At the end of the day, no one could say for sure, so we managed to come to the less confronatational "who knows" followed by the "God will sort it out for us later" reality.
Economics is increasingly becoming a pissing match that cannot be won. The reason for this is that most folk see the things that they own and the money that they have as the touchstones of their lives. Economics must be important because the physical items that it allows us to accumulate have become the most important thing in our lives.
That is the reason for the decline of our culture. We have become a nation of consumers and rentiers income is the dream of all. Freemen are passé.