Written by George F. Smith
Most people would admit to hoarding money only with a tinge of guilt, because to be a hoarder carries with it the suggestion of being a miser - a Scrooge. And yet, every participant in an economy based on indirect exchange holds some amount of money and can be said to be hoarding it, that is, ...
Written by TheDailyBell.com
Jim Rogers (pictured left), the bullish commodities investor, has predicted that demand for raw materials will outstrip supply for the next two decades, fuelling an extended boom. The chairman of Rogers Holdings, based in Singapore, believes the weakness of the dollar will underpin a flight towards ...
Written by J. D. Longstreet
Americans Forced By Their Government to Be Vaccinated?
If there was any doubt in your mind that America has a government out of control, then you have only to look to what the US Department of Health and Human Services is on the cusp of doing... or TRYING to do!
We are, of course, referring to HHS's ...
Written by taxfoundation.org
States Rely Differently on Property, Sales, Income and Other Taxes, Census Data Shows
Washington, DC - Four New England states rank in the top 10 most reliant on property taxes, and four Mid-Atlantic states rank in the top 10 most reliant on individual income taxes. These are among the findings of ...
Written by Ben Johnson
As the Olympics head to Rio, unemployment edges toward ten percent, and Tehran barrels toward a nuclear weapon, the Left continues its "Question the Patriotism of Conservatives" tour '09. In one of the more unlikely scenarios of recent television history, MSNBC's "The Ed Show" ...
Written by Noah Clarke
The Ludwig von Mises Institute
Wearing a pair of round eyeglasses, and with his hair slicked and combed to one side, the thirty-nine-year-old securities trader from Omaha, Nebraska, searched for something to say. Reporters pressed him for a reaction.
Written by Frank Creel
ARLINGTON, VA -- You read it here first: There is a 50-50 chance that President Obama will not get his party's nomination in 2012, much less be re-elected, so grave have been his policy errors. Presidents rarely escape the consequences of serious misjudgments.
Written by Jennifer Berkowitz -
JUDGE CLEARS WAY TO VOID RULES MANDATING ENROLLMENT IN MEDICARE, PART A,
AS A CONDITION OF RECEIVING SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT BENEFITS
Motion to Dismiss Denied; Summary Judgment Pending
WASHINGTON, DC-In an opinionhanded down on September 29, Judge Rosemary Collyer of the U.S. District Court in ...
Written by Brian Darling
President Obama and liberals in Congress seems intent on passing comprehensive health care reform, even though polls suggest it is unpopular with the American people. And despite the potential political risks to moderate Democrats, the President and left-wing leadership in Congress are ...