How Obamacare is like a Ponzi scheme.
Conservatives seek smaller government because there are competing institutions for achieving social goods, and government — from the experience and observation of conservatives — tends to be less efficient at achieving these social goods than other institutions
Hey, Frank. Can you believe it was only 18 months ago you guys announced the sale of the first piece of BP – that $10 billion Alaska plot they nicknamed Palin’s Peaks – to start paying for their Gulf clean up?
Judges rules that ‘honest services’ law could not be used in convicting Skilling for role in collapse of Enron; ruling does not require Skilling’s conviction to be overturned
Hours before a key vote, the retail giant announced a $20 million donation for projects in Illinois
So the truth is that BP has not only asked, for more than a decade, for the supposed punishment that President Obama now says is imperative he and the Senate now dole out in response to the Gulf oil spill. It has been pleading for it.
Today’s press conference teaming Big Business and the left-wing coalition is in fact an embarrassing display of the worst that today’s Washington has to offer
Former government-sponsored enterprises ask for additional $8.4 billion, $10.6 billion federal assistance
Big shockers among Tony Award nominations - LA Times
In the category of best play, ‘Enron’ had been up for London’s equivalent to the Tony, the Olivier Award but it isn’t on the Tonys list of nominees
Do threats of tighter regulations and higher taxes on banks sound like a way to increase lending? President Obama seems to think so
Broadway's Enron: Financial chicanery 101 - NY Daily News
The production at the Broadhurst Theatre charts how company financiers cooked the books to the tune of billions of dollars and to catastrophic results in 2001
Those of you worrying on Wall Street, please do not be distracted by the president’s apparent assault. He’s still got your back. With the push beginning Monday to push through a ‘cap-and-trade’ energy tax and rationing scheme—without committee hearings and possibly, according to Harry Reid, even using ‘reconciliation’ again
Take light bulbs for example. In the name of saving the planet, regular incandescent light bulbs will be outlawed by 2012 and you will only be able to purchase compact fluorescent light bulbs, which contain poisonous mercury and cause migraines
Busted - Salon
Research groups say breast enhancements and other cosmetic procedures are on a slow but sure decline
These points really hit home when I learned that even I, a law-respecting, patriotic American, could be prosecuted under the statute for simply spending a few minutes of my workday to check my e-mail, look up NBA stats, or listen to pop-singer Ke$ha’s new song “Tik Tok.” After all, by doing so, I would be depriving my employer of my full services.
A friend recently sent me a photograph that neatly sums up the infantilization of the West during the last half-century. It was taken in 1941, at the height of the Blitz, the German aerial assault that dropped millions of incendiaries and tens of thousands of tons of bombs on British cities from Plymouth to Sheffield. The nightly bombings killed 40,000 civilians and, in London alone, hit more than a million buildings. The scale of destruction is almost unthinkable in modern Britain or America.