Written by Julia A. Seymour
Networks downplay union criticism while Obama's control of auto companies pays off for labor.
Business & Media Institute
The Labor Day holiday is almost upon us and the networks are likely to spend it talking about vacation, barbequing and holiday sales instead of examining the 2009 victories ...
Written by J. Matt Barber
Politicos, pundits and armchair campaign managers around the country are keeping a close eye on this year's gubernatorial contest in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The stakes couldn't be higher. In fact, many analysts believe this race (among others) may forecast things to come in the 2010 and 2012 ...
Written by Eric M. Staib - Mises.org
Even if by some miracle Obamacare was able to deliver on its promises, it is still not clear that universal coverage would be a laudable achievement. In fact, the exact opposite is true.
What Efficiency Is and Is Not
Written by Tait Trussell - FrontPageMagazine.com
Written by Sultan Knish
Humans are at their very basic nature, capitalists. We buy and we sell, and when we do that we try to sell at the highest price and buy at the lowest price. Underlying every economic system, from laissez faire capitalism to communism is the reality that the underlying human nature of the people ...
Written by George Friedman
A months-long White House review of a pair of U.S. ballistic missile defense (BMD) installations slated for Poland and the Czech Republic is nearing completion. The review is expected to present a number of options ranging from pushing forward with the installations as ...
Written by TraditionalValues.org
August 28, 2009 -A Democrat Health Care Reform Now (HCAN) manual describes how to disrupt Town Hall meetings and to undermine the efforts of grassroots Americans to challenge their legislators on Obama's government-run health care plans.
Written by Vincent Gioia
Many seniors rely on social security to support themselves, in whole or in part. When social security was enacted into law during the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, a number of promises were made.
For example Democrat FDR promised:
Written by David Howden
President Barack Obama nominated Ben Bernanke to a second term as chairman of the Federal Reserve System. Barring a rejection by the Senate, Mr. Bernanke will retain his title as the fourteenth Fed chairman on February 1, 2010.