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Sore Insiders

Party politics is often underhanded. Many of our country’s founders knew this all too well, and tried to avoid the factionalism of party politics. But still, two political factions emerged, and our politics has been dominated by two parties ever since. And believe me, the two insider parties work mightily






So Goes the Ancient Chinese Curse

Election news from the weekend tells us that Ron Paul won the majority of delegates at Maine’s GOP state convention, with a sizable hunk of Republicans saying, yet again, “no” to Mitt Romney. In France, Nicolas Sarkozy got ousted, as French voters put in a self-declared socialist for the second






Townhall: Bad to Worst

Variation on a by now well-worn theme: “Bad to Worst” on Townhall.com. Please visit, then come back here to comment, and look for more links: “Reading List for the End of an Age” (on what and whom to blame for our continuing financial crisis) “Is More Regulation the Answer?” (Common






Veto Washington

When former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson sought the Republican nomination for president, he was unequivocally told “NO” — not by voters, who had little chance to consider his candidacy, but by media outlets refusing to give him a place on their debate stages. Mr. Johnson didn’t garner enough support






Got Jobs?

New jobs come from entrepreneurial insight into new ways of profitably producing goods; they are paid for with investments. After a bust, old ratios of prices and wages cease to work, requiring time for entrepreneurs to refigure. But capitalism’s basic scenario — savings, investment, productivity gains, trades — still applies.






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