From the daily archives:

Monday, February 1, 2010

Economic Growth Not as Robust as it Appears

February 1, 2010

Last week, economic data came out that showed a robust 5.7 growth rate in GDP in the fourth quarter of 2009.  While many of us rightly celebrated the return of American prosperity, it appears that the number may be slightly misleading.  Investors Business Daily has done an analysis on the GDP growth, and shows it [...]

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US Power Vindicated in Haiti

February 1, 2010

What the nation saw after 9/11 and after Katrina, the world got a glimpse of after the Tsunami and the massive quake in Pakistan:  sublime American power in the form of humanitarian aid and money.  Now, a few impoverished and suffering Haitians articulated something we’d never hear from the international Left and the Obama Nation.  [...]

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Something Brewing in Iran

February 1, 2010

A couple of stories that have surfaced today make me wonder if something is brewing in Iran.  First, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced yesterday that Iran would “deliver a harsh blow to the ‘global arrogance’ on this year’s anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.” The anniversary, which takes place on February 11, marks the beginning of [...]

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