Last fall I wrote that “our stock market is like the Titanic on April 15, 1912. It is living on borrowed time, and all the King’s men and horses are not going to be able to put this Keynesian Humpty…
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This morning, Byron York tweeted that Sen. Rubio and Sen. Cruz were fighting each other and that this fight was happening in The Donald’s shadow. That statement would’ve been true a month ago. It was still true 2 weeks ago. It isn’t true anymore. During Thursday night’s debate, Sen. Rubio emerged from Trump’s shadow, thanks […]
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By throwing his latest hissy fit, Donald Trump, who had controlled the GOP presidential nomination conversation, lost control over the message to Iowa voters right when candidates are making their closing arguments. That’s foolish both from a PR standpoint and from a strategic standpoint. Based on his monologue, Rush Limbaugh apparently understands Mr. Trump but […]
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I seem to have found an unlikable bug, and just spent a large portion of the night in that bathroom. So here’s a simple but still correct post. To cheer you up I bring you – the Economic Models explained with Cows – latest update SOCIALISM You have 2 cows. You give one to your […]
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It seems that oil prices, like climate temperatures, are an all-purpose villain, when they go up they hurt the economy, and when they go down, they hurt the economy, and when they stay put, they are a drag on the economy. Steven Hayward had something to say about it yesterday. There’s just no pleasing some people. […]
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