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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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Obama: Reconcile THIS!

March 3, 2010

Where’s the modern day Paul Revere galloping through the towns this night shouting “The White Coats are coming!  The White Coats are coming!“?  Maybe Paul’s waiting to see how things shake out over the next few weeks. As it turns out in a speech earlier today, President Obama decided that health care reform simply must [...]

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More Suspicious Climategate Revelations

November 30, 2009

So you want to change the planet’s behavior in regards to CO2 production?  You also want to tell us that man-made global warming will destroy us all one day soon unless we act right now this very instant.  You take your Nobel Prize and wag it in front of us saying that your science is [...]

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