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Sunday December 21st 2014

‘Mark W. Hendrickson’

Saudi Arabia versus the Keystone Pipeline

Saudi Arabia versus the Keystone Pipeline

MARK W. HENDRICKSON, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES Wow, I had barely recommended repealing the laws that restrict U.S. oil exports as part of an overall ramping up of competition in global oil markets when news hit that the Saudis were cutting the price of oil shipped to the U.S. The price of oil has been zigzagging downward since then—much [...]

Class Warfare One More Time: The Left & Right-Wing Versions

Class Warfare One More Time: The Left & Right-Wing Versions

MARK W. HENDRICKSON Looking back on another biennial election, one of the defining issues that separates and distinguishes the statists—the “left-wingers”—from the traditionalist pro-individual rights advocates—what the left calls “right-wingers” like me (a label I proudly accept as herein defined)—is our radically different [...]

A Free-Market Economist’s Take on Ken Burns’ “The Roosevelts”

A Free-Market Economist’s Take on Ken Burns’ “The Roosevelts”

MARK W. HENDRICKSON By now, you’ve probably seen or heard about Ken Burns’ 14-hour documentary on the three most famous Roosevelts: Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor. I have to confess that I almost didn’t watch it. There were two reasons for my reluctance. First, I am not a fan of either Teddy or FDR as presidents. The former was [...]

Democrats And Jobs: Love Them Or Hate Them?

Democrats And Jobs: Love Them Or Hate Them?

MARK W. HENDRICKSON Historically, the Democrats proudly have worn the mantle of “the party of labor.” In practice, though, there has been an interesting dichotomy: they undoubtedly are the party of organized labor, with unions being a major pillar of the Democratic Party; however, their policies often have increased unemployment and [...]

SIFIs Are LCCs (Lucrative Cash Cows)

SIFIs Are LCCs (Lucrative Cash Cows)

MARK W. HENDRICKSON Six years ago, it seemed as though the financial system of the United States might melt down. In March of 2008, prodded by federal regulators, J.P. Morgan J.P. Morgan Chase Chase absorbed Bear Stearns. In September, JPM also took over Washington Mutual. This proved insufficient to avert the crisis. In September, also with [...]

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