| Tuesday January 11, 2011 at 7:23 PM PST
According to Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and other Kennedy-friendly biographers, the young president was a victim of the political atmosphere, not Marxist Lee Harvey Oswald. Conservative criticism of Kennedy led a disturbed young man (Oswald) to kill Kennedy and The Dream. Man, this is an old left-liberal script: Go straight to Schlesinger’s A Thousand Days:...
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Tags: American History, Arizona shootings, Arthur Schlesinger, Civil Society, Conservatism, Culture, Jared Lee Loughner, JFK, Jr., Kennedy assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald, left-liberals, liberal establishment, Liberalism, Media, Morality, paranoia, Paranoid Style in Politics, Propaganda, Richard Hofstadter, Tea Party, Terrorism
David J. Theroux
| Wednesday November 3, 2010 at 10:36 PM PST
First performed publicly last week in New York at The Economist‘s conference, The Buttonwood Gathering, here is the sequel to the sensational rap video pitting the economic ideas of Austrian School economist F.A. Hayek against those of interventionist John M. Keynes. The original video, “Fear the Boom and Bust,” has had more than 1.5...
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Tags: and Cold War, Austrian School of Economics, Barack Obama, Books, Budget and Tax Policy, Depression, Economics, F. A. Hayek, Fear the Boom and Bust, Federal Reserve, Free Market, free market economics, George W. Bush, Government subsidies, Great Depression, Inflation, John M. Keynes, Jr., Kevin Dowd, Keynesian economics, Liberty, Media, Money and Banking, Power, Richard H. Timberlake, Robert Higgs, Socialism, The Economist, The State, Unemployment, Video, War