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Justice claims the Journal bribed officials to get information. In China? No, that can’t be.
Some at the paper think the “wistleblower” is a Chinese agent seeking revenge for the Journal’s reporting on high level officials.
The FCC recently started enforcing eligibility guidelines for the Lifeline program. (The program started in 1984.) The agency thought 15% of participants would shake out. It was a lot more than that.
Sadly, it’s that time of year again. The big bill. A little help (maybe) from The Wall Street Journal.
The Wall Street Journal got this right in an editorial today:
This site is for everyone who believes that when governments collude with business, unions, and other “private” parts of the economy bad things usually happen. We have conservative readers. We have liberal readers. We also have a strong contingent of libertarian readers and it is no secret that this site is very pro-liberty. We believe in the free markets (and free prices) as well as free minds.
Libertarians have long been on the political margins but this is less and less the case.
Luigi Zingales asserts in this Wall Street Journal op-ed that America is starting to look a little too much like Italy (his mother country) economically.
Increasingly merit has less to do with “success” in the United States than access to persons of power, especially government power.