With the NSA PRISM program, it is becoming increasingly clear that our privacy is deteriorating. Jim Harper, from Cato, joined the program to discuss the implications for individual liberty and market privacy.
Michael McKee must be having a Melancholy morning as he explains why the unemployment rate went up last week:
Wow. . . The S&P seems to think America is becoming slightly more credit-worthy: The most disturbing part, is their “joke” about being out of the crosshairs of the Administration.
Here’s the number one reason Abenomics will not work: (It also points out that races to the bottom don’t generally work out well.)
Bloomberg’s Alix Steel
No way. . . Another scandal? We’re starting to loose count.
I love watching Government’s panic when their ideas actually work:
Nice to see he doesn’t want to tax all businesses out of business: