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Archive for February, 2010
It really is unfair when George Will takes on Paul Krugman: If the government came to you and said, “Professor Krugman, you have a car. We’re going to compel you to buy a more expensive car, but it’s not really more expensive because it’s a better car.” Wouldn’t you tell them to get off your [...]
There seems to be a theme here: Power Line tutors the shameless Frank Rich: Would any newspaper other than the New York Times publish anything this dumb? . . . You really shouldn’t read the New York Times. It has lower editorial standards than any other newspaper in America, and if you read it enough, [...]
CBS News says Yes: The more Waters talked, the worse it got. These are the very people who think they are better equipped to want to be entrusted with auditing the Fed. Now that’s a scary concept. Watch CBS News Videos Online
Thomas Jefferson understood this. Why then do the supposed champions of Jefferson not understand this? It would reduce the whole instrument to a single phrase, that of instituting a Congress with power to do whatever would be for the good of the United States; and, as they would be the sole judges of the good [...]
Al Gore is simply shameless: With hundreds of millions of dollars on the line, Al is going all out to save his “investment” in global warming hysteria. Here, he comes up with histrionics befitting the amount of personal loss he stands to suffer.
Louisiana and Jimmy Stewart teach us why: That this proliferation of seafood came because – rather than in spite – of the oil production rattled many environmental cages and provoked a legion of scoffers.
Some sober-minded economists think our money-addicted politicians are leading us to another Great Depression: The doomsday cycle has several simple stages. At the start, creditors and depositors provide banks with cheap funding in the expectation that if things go very wrong, our central banks and fiscal authorities will bail them out. Banks such as Lehman [...]
On what is important: In the passage you quote from Up From Liberalism I intended, indeed, to refer to the religious truth that is our central heritage and to the moral philosophy and human insight that derive from it. Sometimes this position is referred to (in a phrase going back, I believe, to the days [...]
From Barron’s: Share performance undoubtedly played a role in elevating investors’ respect for Apple, but there is plenty more than stock price behind the company’s first-place finish. John Cregan, veteran money manager at Hotchkiss Associates, a unit of United Capital Financial Advisers, says he admires Apple because the company “is at the top of the [...]