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Elgar Debates: How to Promote a Global Economic Recovery? "Markets... have been the single most liberating institution in possibly the entire history of the human race''

What are the best economic policies to promote global recovery?  In the third letter of our new Elgar Debates series, Steve Kates challenges Louis-Philippe Rochon’s… 4,570 more words

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Dodd-Frank Miasma to go to Supreme Court

Challenging Dodd-Frank in Court

November 26, 2014 from the National Center for Policy Analysis:

The Dodd-Frank Act has created a host of problems, for consumers, banks and other financial entities. 268 more words


Savage Professor at Georgetown University Reports on Ferguson Savagery: "THE FIX WAS IN"

What are the Savages reporting regarding the Michael Brown celebrations in Ferguson?

Savage Professor, Paul Butler at Georgetown University who states he has “appeared before juries a hundred times”, offers the following view commonly heard among fellow Savages: … 16 more words

National Politics


…………………America, You’ve Been Grubered!

by Kurt Schlichter at townhall.comm. | Nov 24, 2014

The most important effect of the revelations of the Administration’s flunkies’ history of cheesy lies about Obamacare is that liberals must now answer one threshold question before discussing the substance of any new socialist scheme: 199 more words


Obama's Amnesty and the Impact on Jobs

Obama’s Amnesty and the Impact on Jobs

November 21, 2014 from the National Center for Policy Analysis:

The Obama administration’s amnesty plan will give 5 million illegal immigrants work permits. 316 more words

National Politics

Poll Shows Americans OVERWHELMINGLY Want Congress, NOT Obama to Lead on Policy

NBC/WSJ poll: By large margin, Americans want GOP, not Obama, leading on policy

by GUY BENSON at HotAir:

The American people don’t want President Barack Obama to take the lead on enacting policy, according to the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll out Wednesday…By a clear 56% to 33% margin, those surveyed don’t want Mr. 109 more words