Browsing the archives for the Politics category.

Less Government: A Rediscovered Trend

Government has become equivalent to an economic bubble: ever inflating and at considerable variance with intrinsic value. What is the solution? Less government. How do we get there? The Constitution’s Framers point the way.

Philosophy , Politics
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A Year of Posts on the Wall Street Journal

Free content added to the Wall Street Journal online site on capital markets, foreign policy-national security, ‘climate change,’ health care, and a variety of other topics.

Culture , Economics , Philosophy , Politics , Science & Technology
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Impact of Health Insurance Mandates and Medicare on Costs

Rapidly rising federal and state health insurance mandates are driving up the cost of insurance premiums, and below-market Medicare reimbursements are shifting costs to consumers.

Economics , Politics
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Let’s Do The Time Warp Again

Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson has wreaked havoc on our capital markets. What might have happened if he’d never been nominated?

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