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The Death of Keynesian Economics... Reagan's 4th Year in Office: 7.75 GDP... Obama's 4th Year in Office: 2.2 GDP

Jim Hoft Apr 28th, 2012 12:51 pm 

It’s time to give Keynesian socialism a proper burial.
It doesn’t work. It never did. Big government socialism only brings on more debt, waste and suffering. 458 more words

Obama

Memories of SimCity and its Legacy

I remember when I first booted up SimCity 3000 at the age of 6 or so. I was instantly blown away by the sheer scale of the simulation. 933 more words

Media

All They Care About Is Money

This past Wednesday, a friend and I planned on getting dinner.  We wanted to try somewhere we’ve never been, so we consulted Yelp.  I began sifting through a few pages of local eateries and saw that in a recent review of one of my favorite restaurants, someone had given the place a rather nasty review.   866 more words

Austrian

In Honor of Darwin Day

We are all Keynesians now.

This quote, usually attributed to Richard Nixon, is really believed to have been said by Milton Friedman. What Nixon actually said was “I am a Keynesian in economics now.” Both statements are powerful in the fact that they come from people who are ideologically on the right.

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Editorial

Just Say No to the Debilitating Drug of Keynesian Stimulus

I’m glad that Donald Trump wants faster growth. The American people shouldn’t have to settle for the kind of anemic economic performance that the nation endured during the Obama years. 702 more words

Big Government

The Parable of a Camp Fire

Two boys were camping one night and their campfire needed more wood. Since Mike started the fire, Ben thought it would be a gesture of goodwill if he took on the chore of resupplying the fire with more wood. 715 more words

Pardon My Politics

Things You Should Realise About Donald Trump #1 He’s a Very Unsubtle Thinker

Donald Trump is a man who incites strong, contradictory opinions. One thing we should be able to agree on – he is not subtle.

This is evident in his Twitter feuds. 632 more words

Politics

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