WSJ and the well written editorial…

by JR Hoell December 25, 2014

When Saul of Tarsus set out on his journey to Damascus the whole of the known world lay in bondage. There was one state, and it was Rome. There was one master for it all, and he was Tiberius Caesar. Everywhere there was civil order, for the arm of the Roman law was long. Everywhere […]

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The Printing Will Continue Until The Economy Improves!

by Mike October 12, 2013

Or, restated, the flogging of the printing presses will continue until national morale improves! After the destruction of Larry Summers by the Feminazis, Obama announced this Wednesday that he would nominate Jenet Yellen, current vice chair of the Federal Reserve, to take over from Chairman Ben Bernanke when his term ends in January.

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Democrats Against ObamaCare – WSJ’s James Taranto

by Mike February 20, 2013

In his column today, “The Devil Made Them Do It“, WSJ’s James Taranto reports that some Democrats are finding that the Devil of Obamacare is in the details, of implementation, that is. A group of the same mental giants that brought us Obamacare were getting angry with Gary Cohen, head of the Center for Consumer […]

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Porter Stansberry Makes Businesses An Offer They Can’t Refuse

by Mike November 1, 2012

Guess who your “partner” really is as this video unfolds… Meanwhile, the WSJ explains our “Chronic Fatigue Economy” – can you say “Going Galt”? An even bigger worry is that private investment tanked in the quarter….[which] signals a capital strike and a return to pessimism. Business investment is a leading indicator of future job and […]

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Data Point: The USA is Now Only ‘Mostly Free’ Because Government is No Longer ‘Mostly Harmless’

by Mike September 26, 2012

Every year, Heritage and Cato scholars calculate their indices of Economic Freedom for the nations of the World. The rankings are based on a variety of factors, including property rights, rule of law, free trade, size of government, regulatory environment, taxation, etc. Their methodology is slightly different, but both organizations are agreed: After an unprecendented […]

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