by Bob Adelmann | 8:01 am, November 6, 2012
The ideal, of course, is a zero tax bracket, with government so small that it would be adequately funded, as it was prior to 1913, with tariffs. Back then government spending stayed within its means and within the confines of the Constitution.
by Bob Adelmann | 4:11 pm, November 4, 2012
As volatile and flimsy as the BLS numbers are, they cannot disguise an economy that is going nowhere, nor the trouble that Obama is in.
by Joshua Sharf | 3:00 pm, October 29, 2012
In The Great Wave, his history of price revolutions and inflation, David Hackett Fischer associates waves of inflation with social instability, and a pessimistic culture as reflected in the art and philosophy of that time. If he’s correct, we could be in for much more than just a bout of price instability. Indeed, it’s possible that [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 6:37 am, October 29, 2012
It’s a game, a charade. Even if the central bank’s president lies through his teeth, his audience believes him anyway. Is there no one there to exclaim: “The emperor is naked!”?
by Bob Adelmann | 4:26 am, April 3, 2012
Two things are apparent: few in Washington are serious about reining in government spending, and those who are are missing the point. It’s not making the government more efficient, it’s getting government out of where it doesn’t belong that is the real issue.
by Bob Adelmann | 1:00 am, March 28, 2012
It’s clear what’s happening here. This is an admission that the Fed is under withering continuing attack and this is a feeble attempt to respond. The slide show is laughable. I take great comfort, as noted in the article, that no matter what the Fed does, it exposes itself as the fraudulent entity that it really is.
by Bob Adelmann | 4:31 am, March 14, 2012
The beauty of the internet, once again, allows us to ferret out and shine the light of day on half-truths and overestimations. That’s all that the internet is: an information source untainted with political overtones.
by Randall Smith | 7:00 am, March 2, 2012
Andrew Breitbart is dead. His death of natural causes was announced early yesterday morning. Beitbart was an aggressive defender of conservative thought and was determined that the Right not leave themselves defenseless in the political war with the Le…
by Bob Adelmann | 5:54 am, March 2, 2012
When Alan Greenspan ran the Fed, there was always the chance that he might say something profound or insightful. With Bernanke it’s exactly the opposite. It almost seems unfair to pick on him. It’s like picking a fight with an unarmed opponent.
by Bob Adelmann | 12:44 pm, February 3, 2012
The Congressional Budget Office has been accused of fudging the numbers. However, these numbers are so bad they don’t can’t be fudged.keep looking »
- PPC Training for Activists
UPDATE: Something apparently got messed up with the PayPal buttons during this past weekend’s database glitch – fixed now. Yes, it’s that time again — PPC will be conducting training classes for center-right activists on Saturday, April 20 and Saturday, April 27, at Independence Institute in Denver. The tentative class schedule is as follows: Saturday, [...]
- Holder’s First Letter to Paul Precipitates the Best Filibuster Ever
- The Lamest Twitter Argument Ever Offered?
- Return of the PPC Re-Education Camps – You Know You Want to Be There
- Supreme Courts Blesses Warrantless Surveillance of Citizens in a Kafkaesque Farce
- GOP Elite and the Ruling Class
- Do We Now Get to Call Joe Salazar a “Rapist”?