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Posts Tagged ‘politics’

A Pox on Politicians

A Pox on Politicians

BY ALAN CARUBA Nobody likes politicians, but everybody votes for them. Perhaps the most quintessential American theme throughout its history has been the role politicians have played in creating it—we call them our Founding Fathers—and the endless role of those who have wanted to take us in the wrong direction or at least tried to. I [...]

Crony biofuel politics wag the dog

Crony biofuel politics wag the dog

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~A governor and his son lobby for ethanol – and expect presidential candidates to endorse it~ Talk about the Norfolk terrier tail wagging the Great Dane. If they are to have any hope of winning their party’s nomination, Republican presidential hopefuls better support ethanol mandates, Hawkeye State politicos told [...]

I Prefer Security to Freedom

I Prefer Security to Freedom

LEONARD E. READ, THE FREEMAN Clichés of Progressivism, Part 12 Many people wander unwittingly into socialism, gulled by assumptions they have not tested. One popular but misleading assumption is that security and freedom are mutually exclusive alternatives—that to choose one is to forego the other. In the United States during the past [...]

The Costly Asylum Racket

The Costly Asylum Racket

BY PHYLISS SCHLAFLY We’ve had a lot of media comment about the bad effects of Obama’s executive orders admitting millions (yes, millions) of illegal immigrants and giving them welfare, Social Security, driver’s licenses, and a path to citizenship. Like many Americans, I realized the importance of this when thousands of unfamiliar people [...]

How Not to Spin a Big Drop in Top 1% Incomes

How Not to Spin a Big Drop in Top 1% Incomes

ALAN REYNOLDS, CATO INSTITUTE When Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez release their annual estimates of top 1 percent incomes, you can count on The New York Times to put it in a front page headline with additional hype on the editorial page.  This time, however, the news was that the top 1 percent had suffered a 14.9 percent decline in real [...]

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