Archive for July, 2019
“Chief Manufacturing Officer,” a New Twist in Presidential Candidates’ Debate Dialectic

Tim Ryan told the Detroit audience, he would create the new cabinet position of “chief manufacturing officer” so America could dominate the global electric vehicle market.

Alexis de Tocqueville on “Democratic” Socialism

Almost two centuries ago Tocqueville observed that the “political world is metamorphosed [and] new remedies must henceforth be sought for new disorders.”

World Bank Study Finds That Deregulation Reduces Extreme Poverty

Historically in much of the world, the yoke of regulatory burden has contributed to the impoverishment of billions.

Worried About Big Pharma? Then Reduce the FDA’s Regulatory Power.

Industry-leading pharmaceutical companies, often referred to collectively as “Big Pharma,” remain one of the public’s least trusted entities.

Bernie Sanders’ Windsor Trip, an Infomercial for Government Monopoly Health Care

Bernie Sanders starts with a button and sews on a coat that is one size for all.

Bullet Train Bosses Rush to Cover Their Tracks

“Thousands of pages of public records were removed from the California High Speed Rail Authority website in June,” Katy Grimes of the California Globe reports.

Inequality: Capitalism’s Biggest Challenge

One of the most frequent shortcomings of capitalism cited by capitalism’s critics is inequality.

Berkeley Is No Longer a Gas – and You Better Watch Your Mouth

Berkeley now mounts a war against free speech and natural gas. In California, just about everything is under threat these days. 

The Worst Budget Deal in History

As in 2009 and 2010, it is unlikely that we will see greater prosperity in the future as a result of the 2019 budget deal.

The “Right” to “Free” Health Care and Education: A Brief History

The “rights” to “free” education and medical service come from the 1936 Constitution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

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