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.
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The real cost of regulations has little to do with dollars, but with the freedoms lost.
This is the opening round in another skirmish in the long war against guns. I like our odds.
This is a beautiful thing to watch.
This is a republishing of an article from last week which now includes some revisions and expansions and clarifications that my editor at The New American suggested before it is published in an upcoming print edition of that magazine.
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.
Insanity, mandates and ideology each have the same number of letters and seem to go together like ham and eggs and coffee among the greenies. Other words like logic, history or reason seem, however, to be entirely missing from their vocabulary.
Just imagine the furor that will erupt if and when a Secret Service agent actually uses his firearm to forcibly arrest a sheriff who refuses to enforce one of Colorado’s unenforceable and unconstitutional laws. If he fires his weapon, all bets are off.
Don’t you just hate it when facts get in the way of assumptions, when the real world interrupts a conversation? When an establishment voice like The Economist starts doubting the global warming meme, it’s time to pay attention.
This apparently is what the Denver Democrats want.