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How to Seize the Day with the Mother of All Speculations

“Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero,” scrawled Latin poet, Horace, in 23 BC. The common translation for this fabled ode is, “Seize the day, put very little trust in tomorrow.”  Indeed, its meaning can be easily misconstrued.  Does it mean … Continue reading

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The Seven Year Decline of Economic Freedom

What a condescending dolt that Harry Reid is…good golly!  Not since Teddy Kennedy has there been a U.S. Senator that was hungrier for a knuckle sandwich. On Tuesday the dissembling Senate Majority Leader thought he had it in the bag.  … Continue reading

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Duct Tape Economics

The Labor Department laid a sulfurous egg last Friday.  By their calculations, just 74,000 jobs were created in December.  The pros thought it would be 200,000.  What do they know? This marks the slightest increase since January 2011.  Somehow, even … Continue reading

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How American Government’s Supposed to Work

It appears things are finally reversing course.  After years of expanding, the bull market in government may have finally hit an inflection point.  This is great news.  For a reduction in the size of government compared to the overall economy … Continue reading

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