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Editorial Makes Romney’s Argument for Europe

September 2, 2012

The UK Telegraph ran an editorial which captures the great reality of our time: “the myth of a democratic socialist society funded by capitalism is finished.”  Janet Daley makes the argument that you can’t have a robust free market and pay for all the goodies of a European social welfare state.  There’s simply not enough [...]

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Democrats Aim for New New Deal, McCain Aims for Growth

October 14, 2008

Democrats, eyeing an Obama Presidency and a super-majority in the U.S. House, are working to craft legislation that will usher in a New New Deal, or as they call it, a re-engineering of the New Deal for the 21st century, which will usher in socialism for a generation.  The Democrats see, ironically, the Paulson Plan as the foundation [...]

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Where Have All the Conservatives Gone?

September 30, 2008

I enjoy reading National Review’s The Corner.  It is a great blog with some great contributors, from K-Lo, to The Great One (Mark Levin).  For the past two days, however, reading some of the contributors on the Corner has gotten my blood boiling.  From Rich Lowry and his friends, to Victor Davis Hanson, Ramesh Ponnuru, Peter Wehner, and Jim [...]

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McCain’s $300 Million Prize

June 23, 2008

John McCain, if elected President, would offer a $300 million prize for any company or individual that produces a car battery which leapfrogs over the current wimpy ones on the market.  I like the approach.  Here’s my take: Telling us that in order to eventually get away from gas, the government will encourage innovation by giving a [...]

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