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Milton Friedman’s Centennial

July 31, 2012

Nobel-prize winning economist and co-founder of the Chicago School of Economics, Milton Friedman (1912-2006), would have turned 100 today.  His 1962 book, Capitalism and Freedom, led an intellectual counterattack against the forces of central planning.  He did what the progressive left hates most  — he dismantled their arguments, putting freedom and prosperity at the center [...]

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FCC Doesn’t Have the Authority to Regulate the Internet

April 6, 2010

The D.C. Court of Appeals today issued a ruling that stated that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) does not have the authority to regulate internet traffic, thus putting a huge roadblock in front of the Net Neutrality movement.  One of the centerpieces of the Nutroots’ agenda, Net Neutrality (like many liberal ideas) is a concept [...]

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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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