Monthly Archives: July 2010

Quote of the day

(Speaking of the new stimulus-funded electric-vehicle battery manufacturing facility in Michigan) "The factory produces a product for which there is virtually no market, where worldwide manufacturing capacity already outpaces demand by a factor of three, and whose sales will depend … Continue reading

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"Excess carbon in the atmosphere? It happens all the time. And Earth deals with it. Anything that humans do to mitigate it will be a waste of time. Governments and citizens delude themselves when they think they can make a … Continue reading

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"If House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had a guillotine, Robert Gibbs’ head would be rolling around in a basket." – Rich Lowry, National Review The Backlash: Dems Still Don’t Get It

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Krugman’s Fantasy vs. Kudlow’s Business Acumen

Today’s perusal of RealClearPolitics brought an interesting juxtaposition of two views that was particularly sharp. Paul Krugman of The New York Times and CNBC’s Lawrence Kudlow both had articles posted dealing with the economy and divergent approaches to taxation and … Continue reading

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"(Thomas) Jefferson’s fear was that if the federal government had a monopoly on defining the scope of its own powers, it would be constantly discovering new ones." – Thomas E. Woods Jr. The Right To Nullify This Government

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"By becoming a Republican, Arlo Guthrie has shredded the last remnants of my faith that our hippie principles had any lasting meaning. How can he do this to us? I’m a peaceable man, but if I had a hammer…" – … Continue reading

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Cultural Libertarianism?

  In a recent post at The Daily Caller , Kendrick MacDowell wrote that Libertarians are obliged to support same-sex marriage, and argued this on the grounds that “marriage is a government-sanctioned institution and the government has no legitimate interest … Continue reading

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