Econ/Tax/Spend/Big Govt

Steve Jobs and American Exceptionalism

By John Biver

From the Heritage Foundation: Steve Jobs, who died yesterday at the too-young age of 56, was a living refutation of all that liberals constantly tell us about our country — that we’re falling behind…

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The Mad as Hell Generation

By John Biver

If the kids wake up, they’ll be reformers. From LewRockwell.com: 20 Reasons Why Millions of Americans Under the Age of 30 Are Giving Up on the U.S. Economy. Americans under the age of 30 don’t…

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Now Is the Time for Tax Reform

By John Biver

It’s always been time for tax reform – and it’s too bad Republicans didn’t get the job done the last time they held the White House and Congress. From FamilySecurityMatters.org: Unless you’ve been living…

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A European’s Warning to America

By John Biver

The following article is from earlier this year but is still a good read. It’s written by Daniel Hannan, who is a British member of the European Parliament. The perils of following us toward…

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When Wall St. played on America’s team

By John Biver

Dispatches recommended from Charles Gasparino: My father, a construction worker, spent a lot of time laying iron rods in the World Trade Center’s concrete foundation back in the late 1960s. Dad was never big…

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Let’s Model ObamaJobs After ObamaCare!

By John Biver

Dispatches recommends this brilliant piece by Paul Hsieh: President Obama is currently huddled with his advisors putting the finishing touches on his upcoming major “jobs” speech. Undoubtedly he feels some pressure to come up…

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