Monthly Archives: June 2010

Quote of the day

"If there is any value in President Obama’s knocking himself out to dramatize on prime-time television his impotence in the face of the Gulf of Mexico oil leak calamity, I wish someone would explain it." – David Broder, Washington Post … Continue reading

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"Economic leaders are now questioning — and in some cases challenging — Keynes’ general philosophy that more spending is better than less during economic downturns." – Nin Hai Tseng, Fortune Questioning Keynes

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"It’s (gold) not really an investment per se—It’s an escape from government imprudence." – Comrade Kuppy Got Gold?

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Obama, BP, and Blame

In a now well known rant, James Carville recently chastised President Obama for the lack of federal action in connection with the BP oil spill off the Gulf Coast. Carville’s cry for action from the President was the quintessential example … Continue reading

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"When we pass the tax boundary of Jan. 1, 2011, my best guess is that the train goes off the tracks and we get our worst nightmare of a severe "double dip" recession." – Arthur Laffer, The Wall Street Journal … Continue reading

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"Progressivism’s promise is a program for every problem, and progressivism’s premise is that every unfulfilled desire is a problem." – George Will The limits of the welfare state

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"Don’t members of the press ever resent being so used?" – Mona Charen, National Review Online Flotillas and Falsehoods

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