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Steve Chapman - Thu Sep 18

Paul Greenberg - Thu Apr 17

Lurita Doan - Mon May 21

Barack Obama claims to be pro-growth. So does Greece, Spain, and almost everyone else. Why? Because admitting preference for the alternative—crushing, heavy-handed government interference that kills initiative and destroys wealth—is not attractive to any citizen of any country. ... more

Star Parker - Mon Nov 7

Santorum may be dragging up the rear in the line-up of Republican presidential candidates, but I am grateful to him for being the only candidate who insists that the so-called “social issues” remain an integral, explicit part of his agenda. ... more

Political Calculations - Mon Nov 7

No matter what the tax rates have been, in postwar America tax revenues have remained at about 19.5% of GDP. ... more

Crystal Wright - Thu Nov 3

As we find ourselves gliding through another week of political headlines, I continue to be amazed by the ream of personal attacks mounted against Herman Cain by black liberals. From calling Cain a “sell out” to “Uncle Tom” because he chooses to be a Republican doesn’t sound like progressive talk to me but rather backwards racist talk. ... more

David Limbaugh - Fri Oct 21

What are we to think about a president and vice president who blow nearly a trillion dollars in borrowed money, accept no responsibility for it and then traverse the nation trying to convince Americans that if we don't spend half that much again, people will die from dilapidated bridges and women will be raped because we can't afford cops? ... more

Bob Beauprez - Sat Oct 1

The White House says this wasn't stupid. "That's just the way business works," according to the President's spokesman, Jay Carney. The next time Obama shows he understands how ANYTHING in business works, it will be the first time. ... more

Peter Schiff - Sun Sep 11

Like all previous stimuli, this round of borrowing and spending will act as an economic sedative rather than a stimulant. Running up the deficit in the short-run will not grow the economy, but will merely dig it into a deeper hole. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Wed Aug 24

Charles Mackay published his classic study "Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds" in 1841, but it remains regularly relevant to the affairs of man. ... more

Cliff May - Thu Aug 4

Who deserves the blame for the terrorist attacks in Norway? My answer would be the perpetrator and no one else -- unless it turns out there really is a modern Knights Templar or some other organized movement that sent him on his mission of mass murder. ... more

Dave Ramsey - Tue Aug 2

As their parents, you should love them more than that, because they’re just not ready to be in full control. You want them to be in control of some parts of their lives, so that when they leave they have a clue about life and don’t boomerang on you. ... more

Diana West - Fri Jun 24

We have watched as Barack Obama deliberated over how many troops to withdraw from Afghanistan. The White House mission, as I see it, was to present the illusion of winding down an unpopular war without also disavowing or halting the disastrous Bush-Obama brand of nation-building -- which continues, we are told, until 2014. ... more

Bill Tatro - Wed Jun 15

After the market crash of 1929, there became a technique known as the “no-business meeting.” This is a meeting that included men of stature and significance, who by the very nature of the meeting itself, gave comfort to people that something was being done, when in fact nothing was being done. ... more

Derek Hunter - Sun Jun 12

Since my column last Sunday Congressman Anthony Weiner has confessed that he’s the one how sent the infamous “junk shot,” and an even more...”infamous” one has come to light since. There’s no point in going into the mia culpa, the pregnancy or any of the details that have been so ably covered by others, however there is one part of the scandal Id’ like to point out - the clean up. ... more

Cliff Ennico - Thu May 19

In case you've forgotten who I am since last week, my name is Joe, and I make exactly $250,000 per year before taxes ... more