This is a more acerbic look at the president’s announcement of “victory” in the GM bailout. The man’s hubris and audacity are breathtaking.
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It was a victory of a kind, but not for the American taxpayer.
Alexander needs to be bounced from the ring. Kane the wrestler might just be man enough to do it.
In its candid assessment of the failure of the IMF and its partners to rescue Greece from its own foolishness, the IMF staff fails to mention the main lesson: free people left to their own devices can solve problems better than governments ever could.
Another lie is exposed: a college degree isn’t worth the money to get it.
I can’t respond to every email I get, but here’s one that deserves an answer. Here’s my effort to treat it respectfully and forthrightly.
It’s a game, a charade. Even if the central bank’s president lies through his teeth, his audience believes him anyway. Is there no one there to exclaim: “The emperor is naked!”?
Jonah Goldberg does a pretty good job in neutralizing Obama’s claim that tax cuts and the free market caused the Great Recession. Obama refers to it incessantly: “Now Gov. Romney believes that with even bigger tax cuts for the wealthy, and fewer regulations on Wall Street, all of us will prosper. In other words, he’d double […]
Wayne Allyn Root: Why we are on the brink of the greatest Depression of all time I am a successful small businessman and a patriot who loves America and always sees its greatness. I am also an optimistic, positive thinker who always sees the glass half full. But not this time. It’s over. It’s done. We’re […]
John Stossel: Who Is Paul Ryan? I wanted to like Paul Ryan. Before he was nationally known, Rep. Ryan visited me at ABC, and we went to lunch. He was terrific. He was a rare politician, one who actually cared about America’s coming debt crisis and the unfairness of entitlements. He even talked about F.A. Hayek’s […]