John C. Goodman:
Obama to the Nation: Debt, Debt and more Debt
"The shadow of crisis has passed," President Obama told us on Tuesday night. The State of the Union is strong," he added. But is it really?
Karen and Billy Vaughn:
A Legacy of Retreat, Shame, and Betrayal
Tuesdays State of the Union speech was yet another glaring reminder of just how out of touch our president seems to be with reality and the true threat of radical Islam on the West.
Deception, agenda and folly drive latest Obama EPA anti-hydrocarbon rules. Are farmers next?
Arthur Schaper :
The Abortive Renee Ellmers
This week, I was getting minute by minute reports from an Alabama conservative reporting on the House passage of HR 7, which would defend the unborn by defunding Planned Parenthood, barring taxpayer funds for abortions.
Cheap Laughs: A Weekly Review of the NY Times
I have been a loyal reader of the New York Times for decades, and I rely upon The Grey Lady for the news.
Come Now, Let Us Reason Together: An Open Letter to the Pro-Life Movement
Now that its obvious the political process cannot be trusted, its time for our movement to reunite and reconcile around the principle that drives us.
"World Running Out of Positive-Yield Bonds"
In the wake of ECB's 60 billion a month QE madness (see "QE already Working" Says IMF Lagarde; Ho-Hum Details Announced; Gold the Place to Be), one might be wondering what it may do to European bond yields.
Strangelove and the End of the World
The conflicting messages from Wall Street and the end of the world collided Thursday.
The ‘House Rich” movement, and the woe of aftermath
Where I live they are building houses again. The neighborhood beside me should have been built 5 years ago and finally the bulldozers are in motion again. But dont call it a recovery.
Daniel J. Mitchell:
Are Easy-Money Policies an Obstacle to Genuinely Needed Pro-Growth Reforms?
The developing world is hampered by intervention, corruption, and absence of property rights. And the United States is stumbling through an abnormally weak recovery.
Ransom Notes Radio:
Obama… President, Community Organizer, and YouTube Sensation
NBC has launched a website for black people. Because nothing says colorblind society quite like making sure were all segregated by race. Maybe we should call the new website SeparateButEqual.com.
Saudi Arabia's King has Died - Expect Some Changes
Be prepared for policy changes. The instinctive reaction of living systems is to contract during times of internal stress, and even more so during a leadership crisis.
Tsunamis Most Often Come Without Warning
Most of the so-called developed world has followed the U.S./UK-led 'Anglosphere' in pursuit of Keynesian economics. On the other hand, the Germans and the Swiss have long been seen as the champions of Austrian economics, which favored an economic growth based on savings, production and sound money.
ECB's Major Effect on the Markets
It became interesting for investors as European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi stepped up to the monetary stimulus plate during the past week. To use baseball analogies, investors will watch policy to see if he hits a home run with his policy initiatives, strikes out or hits something in between, such as a stand-up double?
“Islam-on-Christian Persecution Around the World”
And American values and/or foreign policy have nothing to do with it.
How India Became a 2015 Market Leader
The global market horses are off to the 2015 races, and leading the pack through the first two-plus weeks of the year is India.
Obama's Bloody Yemen Disaster
When President Obama declares something a "success story," you know it has "TOTAL FAILURE" embedded in its DNA.