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The Neoclassical Fallacy of Government as Deus ex Machina


May 19, 2009
Mises Daily by Chris Brown

Austrian economists have long been critical of the static, unrealistic models of neoclassical economics and instead take a dynamic, causal-realistapproach. Similarly, the role of government, while receiving heavy analysis from Austrians, is taken as a ...

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Jerusalem the Muse

May 19, 2009
by Zev Eleff
Op-Ed on Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)
I presume that my reflections accord well with the experiences of my young peers living in the United States.  Many of us, and here I mean Jewish college students and recent graduates, have memories of time spent in Israel.  Some ...

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Obama's Jewish Problem

Obama's Jewish Problem
May 18, 2009
by Joan Swirsky

In times past, coalminers working in the depths of the earth took along caged canaries.  As long as the canaries warbled, the miners knew they were safe from the methane and carbon monoxide that would kill them in minutes. But when the tiny songbirds stopped singing, ...

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The Europe of our dreams

The Europe of our dreams

May 16, 2009
by Caroline Glick
carolineglick.com

Israelis are wild about Europe. A poll carried out by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation last month showed that a whopping 69 percent of Israelis, and 76% of Israeli Jews, would like for Israel to join the European Union. Sixty percent of Israelis have ...

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A Growing Divergence between Jerusalem and Washington?

May 15, 2009
by Efraim Inbar 
BESA Center

Despite the reassurances of Shimon Peres and of foreign ministry officials, American Middle Eastern policy under Obama may lead to US-Israeli tensions. However, the policy directions adopted by Washington have significance for American national interests ...

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Israel in the Crosshairs

Israel in the Crosshairs

May 10, 2009
By Alan Caruba

There are few nations on Earth other than Israel with a greater claim to exist as a homeland for a specific people. Along with China and India, Israel reaches back thousands of years, predating both Christianity and Islam.


For some 3,500 years, Jews have ...

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Middle East Forum Launches New Legal Project Website

May 5, 2009

PHILADELPHIA - The Middle East Forum is pleased to announce the launch of the website for its Legal Project, located at http://www.legal-project.org/. The site is a source of information on "Islamist lawfare" - that is, attempts by supporters of radical Islam to suppress free ...

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Obama Agrees To Outsource Capitalism To European Socialists

Obama Agrees To Outsource Capitalism To European Socialists

April 14, 2009

By  Andrea Lafferty
TVC Executive Director
TraditionalValues.org
 -Most Americans are probably unaware that President Barack Hussein Obama has shockingly agreed to place America's free enterprise system under the control of a world financial government to be ruled from Brussels, ...

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Obama's European Tour: Arrogance, Ineptness & an Abdication of Leadership

April 10, 2009
By Frank Salvato

Many observations have been made regarding President Barack Obama's recent trip overseas. Most of them have been quite severe and rightly so. His many "appearances" bore a striking resemblance to his nauseatingly long campaign for the presidency; a campaign devoid ...

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