Category: The Economy

21st-Century Federal Debt Interest
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Still a Bottomless Pit

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Shouldn’t this figure be newsworthy?

Homes for Those Without a Place
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Homes for Those Without a Place

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The idea of home, of a sense of place, is a vital thread in conservative thought. It’s crucial to the conservative emphasis on community, family, and local institutions. Yet amid the incessant discussions on this theme, it’s easy to forget how such a basic good as a literal home is unobtainable for so many homeless […]

Boomers vs. Millenials
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Boomers vs. Millenials

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There have been countless recent articles analyzing the millennial generation and its distinctive characteristics, but too many are ignoring an upcoming conflict that could define the generation: the aging baby boomers are going to be a big problem for millennials and their parents in the coming decades. In the U.S., the baby boomers are nearing […]

The Koreas at Night, 30 January 2014
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Always Earth Hour

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Earth Hour: dumbest idea ever?

Ronald Reagan Lecture
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Obama Should Study the History of Reaganomics

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Obama’s and Reagan’s policies for economic recovery were completely different.

Stethoscope-Money
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The War Against Work and Wealth

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Our standard of living depends on the production of wealth.

Dollars and Cents
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Government Power is an Economic Inequality

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The real concentration of wealth is no longer among men, but among institutions.

Green Eye of Envy
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The Politics of Envy

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Wealth is fresh fruits and vegetables in January, indoor plumbing, and MRI machines.

Globe
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Climate Change Deliberation

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We are asked to ignore the simplest hypothesis that the earth’s climate is ever changing.

SOTU SUBTEXTS
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SOTU SUBTEXTS

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It’s always the same speech, really.

Economic Freedom
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Unequal Distribution of Economic Freedom

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The rich get richer when they use government to marginalize the poor.

Concluding Commentary On Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments (part 5)
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Concluding Commentary On Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments (part 5)

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Links to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Last month, the Mount Vernon Assembly met at George Washington’s home in Virginia to begin the planning process for an Article V Convention.  Attending were some 100 legislators from 32 States.  Mark R. Levin’s bestselling book, The Liberty Amendments (Simon & Schuster, 2013), inspired many […]

One of the Most Powerful Christmas Lessons
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One of the Most Powerful Christmas Lessons

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What we can grasp is the innocence and gentleness of the baby Jesus.

Stethoscope-Money
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Do We Want More Affordable Health Care? Then We Need To Leave Health Care To The Free Market

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ACA only increases the problems.

Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, The Joy of the Gospel
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Pope Francis: Espousing a Peronist or Marxist Liberation Theology?

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The role of the laity will be crucial.

Lilypad Ecopolis, 2008, Vincent Callebaut Architectures
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Apologies from Utopia

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What was once character has become branding.

Obama Disney Castle
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Government is Magic

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Our modernity is style rather than substance.

"Average is Over"-Rated Wordle
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“Average Is Over”-Rated

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Progressives have made idleness pay more than employment.

Bottomless Pit: Interest Paid on the Federal Debt
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Bottomless Pit: Interest Paid on the Federal Debt

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A number you never see on the nightly news.

Alexander Hamilton Quote
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An Historical Aside on the Debt Ceiling

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The Confederation Congress could not tax, but it could borrow.

Globe
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Think Tanks Measure Global Economic Freedom … the U.S. Declines

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“If it matters, measure it.”

Cutting Taxes
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Tax Cuts and Deficits: Fact vs. Fiction

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The main reason for most deficits: excessive spending.

Cutting Taxes
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The Progressive Crusade Against Tax Cuts

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FDR, for the record, despised Andrew Mellon.

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