How the Market Is Already Repealing Obamacare

by Stewart Jones April 25, 2017 There’s a common misconception that if you’re opposed to government services, programs and/or departments, then you’re opposed to building roads, education, people getting affordable health care and even people taking care of the sick...

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The Safe Haven of Britain Amidst the Woes of Europe

by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard April 25, 2017 Last Tuesday to the surprise of many, British Prime Minister Theresa May called for an early or “snap” General Parliamentary Election.  It was a very smart move. Assuming – as does most everyone – that her Conservative Party...

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How to Resolve the North Korea Crisis Once and For All

by Dr. Jack Wheeler April 21, 2017 On Monday (4/17), Vice-President Mike Pence was here at the Panmunjom border between North and South Korea.  But this is a view the Silver Fox never saw.  For it is from the North Korean side.   I took this picture in 2010. Many of...

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The State Can’t Protect the Environment – Markets Can

by Fred Smith and Iain Murray April 20, 2017 As Joseph Schumpeter noted, free markets had a good first century (the 1750s to 1850s). A market economy produced massive improvements in the quality of life, and that gained it general legitimacy. But, as he also warned,...

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Secession Could Give California the Reality Check it Needs

by Daniel J. Mitchell April 19, 2017 Donald Trump's election is having a very good effect on my leftist friends. Because they fear the new occupant of the White House, they’re now much more sympathetic to the notion that there should be limits on the power of the...

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