Here’s one that the Supreme Court got just right.
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This is a story that isn’t going away any time soon. Positive ramifications will continue to develop.
Furman is one in a long line of Keynesian interventionists who control financial policy in this country. He’s a clone, more like a star-trooper from Star Wars: logic, facts, history, failure – these don’t matter. It’s the implementation of government control that’s the goal. Furman will work to advance it.
Ferrara should have used the recovery from the Depression of 1920-21 as his model, when the relatively free market rebounded mightily, recovering fully within 18 months.
This makes sense. Another reason people are moving to Texas from California, Illinois, New Jersey, Connecticut (and Colorado).
What a breath of fresh air! He’s decided to “go vet” – that is, treat his practice as if he were a veterinarian: cash on the way out, no waiting.
The headlines were deceiving! Imagine that! I was so surprised!
Calls like these to privatize runaway agencies like the Federal Aviation Administration will likely not be heard in Washington. It’s too convenient to use them to pressure citizens to force their congressmen to eliminate the sequester and let government spending continue without end. Until it ends.
It’s good to remember that without the free market providing us with amazing essentials, few of us would have either the time or the resources to worry about such things as icebergs allegedly melting or putting plastics into the correct trash bin.
The German model highly touted as the perfect solution to reviving economies has now been shown to be not only a myth but a fraud.