Alexander needs to be bounced from the ring. Kane the wrestler might just be man enough to do it.
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This is a classic case of Progressive politics in action.
These results were a bit of a surprise until I took a look at the group behind the poll, the questions they asked and their agenda.
Government planners don’t care if a pet project is viable economically or not, as long as it reflects their ideology. Facts (and history) don’t matter.
Gary DeMar: What Politicians Will Never tell You about Economics Once in a while along comes an article so trenchant, so profound, so simple, that it just takes my breath away. Forget all about plowing through Human Action or Henry Hazlitt’s Economics in One Lesson, or certainly Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged! Gary DeMar, a talented and […]
Rising gas prices could be a short-term phenomenon. On the other hand, it could be an early warning that triggers the long-awaited move to higher prices all across the retail spectrum. Certainly the Fed is doing nothing to slow things down, and would like very much to speed things up. We’ll discover the answer to this at about the same time.
The government will take in $2.3 trillion in revenues this year but is spending $3.6 trillion, leaving a chasm of debt that has to be papered over through the operations of the Treasury Room.
It will be interesting to see how the media spins the “official” numbers today.
With great fanfare, the Obama administration celebrated its first policy victory of the year—the $17.6 billion jobs bill.
Just when the headline news about the economy was beginning to look good and the talking heads were beginning to sound good, along came a barrage of bad news that was so bad that it couldn’t be covered up.