Elon Musk is a man I hate to applaud. He is a politically savvy business man that understands how to exploit the crony-capitalist mentality of state legislators, federal regulators, and well connected corporate giants. And yet
In spite of the fact the Socialist party holds a majority of just 1 in the 577-seat lower house, French prime minister Manual Valls hopes to stabilize things with a Second No Confidence Vote in Six Months.
The government submitted a draft bill to the parliament that would bestow "special status" for the Donetsk and Luhansk regions until a new constitution is drafted, and grant partial amnesty for militants who would lay down arms voluntarily and who committed no serious crimes.
This Thursday, Scottish voters decide whether they want to break away from the United Kingdom and reclaim their independence. Do advocates of economic liberty in America have a dog in this fight?
Earlier this summer, I managed to perplex, perhaps even offend, a famous TV interviewer when I declared I want a federal government that follows the U.S. Constitution.
The market is pretty schizophrenic nowadays And, really, why wouldnt it be? The data says our economy is less than stellar; but the Fed seems to think everything is spectacular. Sooner or later the truth catches up to investors, but in the meantime do you fight the Fed?
Alright. So, Democrat Alison Grimes is no fan of team Obama. Got it. Of course, this kinda raises a few questions, doesnt it? For example: If you dont like Obamas policies, why are you a Democrat?
The next great threat scientists will tell us about will beglobal cooling as a result of global warming...as a result of the genius of Barack Obama combined with the power of his superhuman Nobel prize.
A Barclays' survey of over 2,000 individuals with a net worth over $1.5 billion contains some pretty interesting results.
Outside of creating human beings from scratch, I think the greatest achievement from science would be a perpetual motion machine. Unfortunately, I would have to say that the closest thing we have to a perpetual motion machine right now is our welfare system
Ive complained over and over again that Americas tax code is a nightmare that undermines competitiveness and retards growth. Our aggregate fiscal burden may not be as high as it is for some of our foreign competitors, but high tax rates and poor design mean the system is very punitive on a per-dollar-raised basis.
Serious question: With all the time Obama has spent on the golf course, is his handicap getting any better? Does anyone know how well he actually does on 18 holes? Also, The nightmare of Obamacare just never stops Open enrollment (round two) is about to begin, and its not expected to be much better than last years fiasco.
The Tax Revolt has run its course. A Money Revolt is needed.
If we ignore the third quarter of 2013, when the number of dividend cutting companies briefly dropped below the Recession Line, we could describe the U.S. economy as having been in microrecession since August 2012
I appreciate clever humor, even when Im the target.
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