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50 Years Ago This Week

Fifty years ago this week, Ford Motor Company, including a guy in marketing by the name of Lee Iacocca, brought to market a car that sold reasonably well, and still does: The Mustang. In those halcyon days of proper American companies, I was a Dodge truck guy and a Buick (I still love the 63-65 […]

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Tax Day Bill Whittle

As always, correct. There are benefits that Bill doesn’t go into as well, such as much less lobbying, and so forth. Unfortunately they make it unlikely to pass Congress, let alone the executive branch. But it is a very good idea.

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McFadden embraces spending, regulatory discipline

This past Friday, I received an email from the McFadden campaign in which he announced an initiative to reduce spending. Here’s the heart of that email: There’s a culture among our nation’s professional political class that accepts the fact that our government wastes over $200 billion every year – that’s nearly one-third of last year’s […]

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Hotspots around the world! (Map)

This article contains a map of the world that points out the uncertainty that is present country by country.Whether it’s elections coming up in emerging markets, the Russian action in Ukraine or continued economic uncertainty this map provides a great …

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Hotspots around the world! (Map)

This article contains a map of the world that points out the uncertainty that is present country by country.Whether it’s elections coming up in emerging markets, the Russian action in Ukraine or continued economic uncertainty this map provides a great …

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Questioning Palin’s ill-advised endorsement

It’s often a big deal when Sarah Palin endorses a candidate. Much pomp and circumstance accompanies Ms. Palin’s endorsements. It’s perfectly within Ms. Palin’s First Amendment rights to endorse the candidates she chooses. I’d just respect Ms. Palin’s endorsements if she’d do her homework, which she didn’t do with her latest endorsement: A 12-year state […]

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