This is nearly unalloyed good news on a number of fronts.
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Here’s one that the Supreme Court got just right.
The demise of Newsweek’s print edition reflects a change in how people access the news and a change in what they want to read when they get it.
You know how much I enjoy Boudreaux. But I take exception to his approach here.
It’s better to know rather than not to know and be caught by surprise.
Congress, as usual, continues to put things off until the very last minute. Well, that last minute for the USPS is October, when it is estimated to run out of operating cash.
Jared Cummans – Marc Faber Warns: Store Your Gold Overseas You ought to own some gold but don’t store it in the U.S., the Fed will take it away from you one day. My reaction to this statement by Faber, otherwise known as Dr. Doom, is just short of incredulity. He’s been right, albeit early, […]
Tom Coyne: Indiana public schools try to woo students away from vouchers Struggling Indiana public school districts are buying billboard space, airing radio ads and even sending principals door to door in an unusual campaign aimed at persuading parents not to move their children to private schools… Now this is amazing. This is simply beyond my […]
Mark Perry: Fans should ultimately own the concert and game tickets they purchase Ticketmaster is no stranger to controversy. Often criticized for its outrageous service fees, poor customer service and monopolistic control over the primary ticket industry, the ticketing giant—along with others in the ticket and live event industries—is now threatening to completely eliminate fan ownership […]
Townhall.com: The U.S. Postal Service and the Constitution Article 1, Section 8 says that [The Congress shall have the power] to establish Post Offices and Post Roads. It does not say that the federal government shall have the exclusive power to deliver mail. Nor does it require that the mail be delivered by an agent […]