List/Grid Monthly Archives: September 2011

Did the Bust of the Baby Boom Lead to the Bust of the American Economy?

Following World War II, the United States experienced a surge in the number of children born to American families, known as the Baby Boom. The end of the War, coupled with a roaring ...

Politics, Policies and the Presidential Primary

Since 1980, when Lee Atwater established South Carolina’s preeminence as a presidential primary state, South Carolina has been the firewall of conservative politics that every ...

On the Honor Flight

Join me this evening for a special edition of Common Cents live from Washington, DC, as we continue our series on the New Deal being a raw deal for America. The best part about this ...

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

Over the weekend, former President Bill Clinton told David Gregory on Meet the Press that President Obama had a good economic plan to pull America from its current recession. I’m ...

Making Money Mean Something

For those of you who’ve been listening to my morning and evening radio programs, you’re all-too-familiar with what I call the “Leviticus 19:36” principle. In Leviticus, which ...

Pharaoh’s Forcing a Famine

I’ve never supported state-run economic development efforts, as they almost always carry loads of unintended consequences. In the case of ethanol subsidies, it is close to criminal ...

United Again

This weekend America will observe the tenth anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, 2001. Though a decade has now passed since that day of fire, America has not forgotten the ...

It Smacks of Socialism

There’s a common misconception floating around out there, on both sides of the political isle, that government and governors create jobs. This is an absolute falsehood that has far-reaching ...
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