Written by Alan Caruba
The most enduring images of the Great Depression from 1929 through to the beginning of World War II for America in 1941 were those of homeless people, hobo camps, and of soup kitchens to feed the hungry.
During the Reagan years, the media was filled with stories of the homeless as if to refute any ...
Written by Tom Fitton
As I mentioned last week, I had the honor of addressing the National Tea Party ConventionFriday, February 5 on the subject of corruption. Judicial Watch was one of the major co-sponsors of the historic event, which gained worldwide media attention, especially the keynote address by Sarah Palin. As ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Witnessing the end of the Kennedy era is a little like seeing the fall of the Berlin Wall. The retirement of self-destructive Kennedy scion, Patrick Kennedy, will now mean that for the first time in a long time, there will be not a Kennedy in the Senate or in the House of Representatives. Patrick ...
Written by David Horowitz - FrontPageMag.com
I knew when I responded to an NPR request for a comment on the late, unlamented Howard Zinn that I was asking for trouble - from the anti-American, Marxoid, neo-Communist left. But I did it anyway because Howard Zinn's life was so dedicated to evil and specifically to the support of mass murderers ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
A Proposed Tax That Could Kill Local Radio, As We Know It.
"For more than 80 years, radio and the recording industry have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship: free play for free promotion. And it works. It's a relationship that has sustained businesses on both sides.
Written by by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report
To borrow (and stretch) his metaphor from the healthcare arena, Casey Research Senior Editor Louis James sees the patient remaining in grave condition despite massive infusions and life-support systems running full throttle. In this Gold Reportexclusive, Louis goes back to Economics 101 to argue ...
Written by Vasko Kohlmayer - FrontPageMag.com
Bemoaning the legislative stalemate in Washington, President Obama last month publicly rebuked Republicans in a speech from New Hampshire:
"You've been sitting on the sidelines criticizing what we're proposing... You got a better idea bring it on."
Written by Tax Foundation
Obama Budget Would Increase Income Redistribution from Top 1 Percent of Taxpayers by $112 Billion
Bottom-Earning 10 Percent Would Receive an Additional $8.7 Billion in Federal Spending Benefits, According to Tax Foundation Analysis
Written by Jonathan Finegold CatalÃ¡n
Ludwig von Mises Institute
Entrepreneurship is a building block for economic development. Individuals who invest and invent are instilled with a passion to create wealth. The integral role played by entrepreneurship in economic and human development is almost universally accepted. The main point ...