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Category Archives: Economics
True enough, in Caracas, we go without reliable access to an extensive list of basic life essentials, from toilet paper to toothpaste. But if you ask me, dry taps are by far the most unpleasant of the epic shortages. Dishes … Continue reading
Slaves to Words – Thomas Sowell – National Review Online. Thomas Sowell is always worth your time.
Well good. They deserve to be embarrassed. Pajamas Media » Senate GOP Embarrasses Dems Over Boeing.
This is just disgusting… The Death of Right to Work – WSJ.com. With a Republican House, Mr. Obama’s union agenda is dead in Congress. But it looks like his appointees are determined to impose it by regulatory fiat—no matter the … Continue reading
Obama/Boehner’s Phony Spending Cuts.
Marco Rubio TDTP III.
The Path to Prosperity: America’s two futures, visualized.
Political Statistics – Thomas Sowell – National Review Online. When someone gives you a check and the bank informs you that there are insufficient funds, whom do you get mad at? In your own life, you get mad at the guy … Continue reading
There Aren’t Enough Millionaires – Kevin D. Williamson – National Review Online. Capital is sensitive — it just wants to be loved! — and it will go where the love is, where it can be fruitful and multiply. Setting trillions … Continue reading
YouTube – Andrew Klavan: Behold! Your Public Sector Unions at Work..
Socialized Medicine: Theory Versus Practice – Liberty Ink Journal. If being exploited means being able to schedule an MRI appointment for myself in twenty-four hours with my iPad using the free WiFi at the local coffee shop while sipping on … Continue reading
Charles G. Koch: Why Koch Industries Is Speaking Out – WSJ.com.
YouTube – THE END OF THE BEGINNING.
Arid Uka’s Gratitude – Mark Steyn – National Review Online. Okay, why is a Muslim who wants to kill Americans holding down a job at a European airport? That’s slightly easier to answer. Almost every problem facing the Western world, … Continue reading