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Don’t Believe Politician Narratives

September 6, 2019 Commentary / Economics 0

By: Mike Maharrey Politicians love to weave narratives. You shouldn’t believe them. In fact, most of them are utter B.S. And yet, supporters of these politicians eat these narratives up ...

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More Spying and Lying

August 30, 2019 Surveillance 0

By: Judge Andrew Napolitano While most of us have been thinking about the end of summer and while the political class frets over the Democratic presidential debates and the aborted ...

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Smoke and Mirrors: The “Greatest Economy” is Built on Spending and Debt

August 2, 2019 Debt / Economy 0

By: Mike Maharrey President Trump has repeatedly bragged about “his” economy, talking about economic growth in glowing, hyperbolic terms. To hear the president tell it (or tweet it as the ...

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From Baltimore to the Pentagon: The Founders Warned us About Corruption and Power

August 1, 2019 Baltimore 0

By: Michael Boldin The latest political soap opera centers on Baltimore, with two sides relentlessly going after each other. But, of course, they all seem to miss the bigger picture ...

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Why Do Central Bankers Oppose a Gold Standard?

July 19, 2019 Economy / Federal Reserve 0

By: Mike Gleason Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s testimony before Congress was closely scrutinized not just for its economic implications but also for its political overtones. Powell cited “trade tensions” ...

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