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Amerinomics, Part One: Going Back to School

Both the Austrian and Keynesian schools have flunked the American economy. Is there a better way for the future? Read More »

Book Review: Sarge: The Life and Times of Sargent Shriver by Scott Stossell

Sarge: The Life and Times of Sargent Shriver proves that Shriver was important for far more than the Kennedy connecion. Read More »

Say What?

Words formulating Romney’s thoughts are sound-bites, not the paragraphs of the radio era. It is bumper-sticker rhetoric, ideal for Twitter. Read More »

Presidential Approval: So What?

A lot of people disapprove of a president most of the time. Who is in office does not really matter. Read More »

Wisconsin: A Lesson of Democracy in Action

Or, Was Madison Really Just an Object Lesson in Union and Liberal-Progressive Thugocracy Read More »

Only in America: How to Meet Ronald Reagan, Tour Richard Nixon’s Limousine, and See the White House Built in a Day

Thoughts on a few things which could happen, well, only in America. Read More »

Forever Young-minded

Americans cannot handle having an adult in power. How's THAT gonna work out for ya, America? Read More »

Book Review: The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and its Dangerous Legacy by David E. Hoffman

“Today, the weapons to destroy civilization, the legacy of the Cold War, are still with us. They are a lethal machine that haunts the globe." Read More »

Book Review: The Buck Stops Here by Thomas Croughwell and Edwin Kiester, Jr.

“Presidents have made decisions that have re-stitched the fabric of American society and government and altered the nation’s place in the world.” Read More »

Is it the Beginning of the End for Obama?

The Rapid Downfall of Obama's Presidency Starts Now Read More »