The Green New Deal Infrastructure bill is simply pouring taxpayer dollars into an inferno, wasting them on pork projects that have nothing to do with infrastructure.
In one month, Californians will vote in what could prove itself the state’s most consequential election in decades.
Fifty years ago, on August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon announced that the U.S. government would cease honoring its pledge to pay gold to redeem the dollars held by foreign central banks. Nixon declared he was taking “action necessary to defend the dollar against the speculators.” But there was no way to defend the dollar
I was recently honored with the opportunity to speak to some of America’s best and brightest high school teachers, ones charged with teaching economics outright or with integrating economic thinking into other more general “social studies” courses. An exchange with one of the teachers immediately followed by an 11-hour automobile drive led me to the
Federal authorities made more than 212,000 arrests at the southwest border in July. By any measure, the border crisis is now an unmitigated humanitarian disaster.
The following article, Census Bureau releases long-awaited redistricting data, was first published on BizPac Review. Andrew Trunsky, DCNF The Census Bureau released its long-awaited redistricting data Thursday afternoon, setting the stage for the release of dozens of new congressional maps ahead of […] Continue reading Census Bureau releases long-awaited redistricting data …
In the great state of Texas, there is a legal battle brewing. One between the Executive and Judicial branches of the government.
Where There’s Fire There’s Smoke Authored by Jesse Felder via TheFelderReport.com, Back in early February of 2020, I noted that, even as the major stock market indexes had pushed to new highs, a number of Hindenburg Omens had been triggering on the NYSE and the Nasdaq pointing to a significant deterioration in breadth: “While an individual signal
UK Government Sued (Again) Over Hotel Quarantine Rules Authored by Lily Zhou via The Epoch Times, A British law firm is seeking a second judicial review of the government’s hotel quarantine policy. The firm, PGMBM, said it believes that putting people who test negative for COVID-19 and have been vaccinated into managed hotel quarantine is “an ‘unlawful deprivation of
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