A march for science is a contradiction in terms.
Noah Smith, writing in Bloomberg, says that it has indeed been fleeced by our national economic policies. We agree. But which policies have been responsible?
As a result, two key questions were never asked.
It is impossible to repeal and preserve Obamacare at the same time.
And from that rarity, A leading Republican Harvard economist.
We would seem to be experiencing a pretty close duplicate of the almost fifty year old scandal that rocked the world and brought down President Nixon. But this time the Washington Post is trying to cover up the scandal, not bring it to light.
President Trump gave President Obama and the Democrats lifesaving wiggle room by using words like “wire tap” instead of “electronic surveillance” or “spying” and “Trump Tower” instead of “Trump campaign” or “Trump campaign personnel.” By focusing on Trump’s exact words,
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Old school New York progressives like Chuck Schumer got denunciations of Joe McCarthy and “McCarthyism” along with their mother’s milk. It was the epitome of everything they claimed to detest. But that hasn’t stopped Schumer (and Nancy Pelosi) from duplicating McCarthy’s tactics now that it seems expedient to them to do so.
They had better be careful. Will future historians refer to anti-Russian hysteria and related political slander, not as McCarthyism, but as Schumerism or Pelosism?
Actually he should cut entitlements for the rich.
Yes she will.
The syllabus (above) is from East Chester High School.
These are opposites, not similars.
George Monbiot of Britain’s Guardian newspaper seems to think that Mises is indeed the progenitor of today’s crony capitalism and more.
The states formerly had their own sovereign powers. Now it is the agencies.