By failing to include in its analysis anything to do with the massive unfunded liabilities the government faces, S&P’s announcement becomes totally useless and counterproductive. By failing to inform, it becomes a party to the crime.
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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.
I’ll take encouragement anywhere I can find it. To me, this is encouraging.
This article has “as much substance as soup made from boiling the shadow of a sparrow that starved to death.”
The timing for the tweaking of the Koch machine couldn’t be better.
SNAP has grown so fast and now costs so much that mere nibbling around the edges as proposed by Thune and Stutzman will have no effect.
Caught in a lie, the DHS mouthpiece still successfully skirted the real reason the agency is arming itself to the teeth.
Seen in the light of resistance to any cuts whatsoever in government spending by Obama, this from the FAA is predictable. Get in line. Prepare to wait. Blame it on conservatives.
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 internet currently gives an unfair advantage to online retailers, but DeMint doesn’t mention that in his argument.