Free market at odds in debate to export more natural gas
Exportation would decrease the supply at home and raise prices.
Exposed: Egypt’s Institutionalized Persecution of Coptic Christians
In a 25-minute interview on Arabic satellite TV with Dr. Mona Roman, Coptic Christian Bishop Agathon fully exposed the plight of his Christian flock in Minya, Egypt—a region that has a large Coptic minority that is steadily under attack.
Why ‘Smarter’ is Always Better
Some things just get better with age. Other predictions prove prescient, confirmed with the benefit of 20:20 hindsight. Both of these clichés apply to my views on the recent explosion in “smart-beta” exchange-traded funds (ETFs). First, over the past several | Read More »
“I hate Islam”
So said Geert Wilders, the man at the center of the shooting in Garland Texas.
Urban Redevelopment Back With Few Protections
Bill does little to limit agencies’ ability to float debt, use eminent domain
Intellectual Property Issues Are Too Important for Name Calling
If you’ve seen any discussions of patents and copyrights lately, you’ve probably heard a good deal of name-calling, including terms such as “patent trolls” and “crony capitalism.”
Of Course Democrats Deserve the Blame for What’s Happening in Baltimore
If a person happens to point out that Baltimore’s criminally inept government has been run exclusively by Democrats since 1967 (with one Republican mayor since 1947) and features not a single city councilor who isn’t a liberal, he may be called a lazy apparatchik. Because not everything, you see, is reducible to mere party politics.
Yet Again, Government Screws Up – And Tries to Blame the Private Sector
Government is terrible at…well, pretty much everything. The examples are legion – and myriad.
Debunking Obama’s Bilious Baltimore Babble
It’s never enough. American taxpayers have surrendered billions and billions and billions of dollars to the social-justice-spender-in-chief. But it’s never, ever enough.
Google Tacitly Admits Stealing Is a Lousy Thing to Do
The titanically huge mega-corporation Google yesterday took time out from its record-setting-most-money-ever lobbying of Congress to admit – accidentally, perhaps – that the systemic, wholesale stealing of which it is so fond is a lousy thing to do.
Coercion Risk Clouds Euthanasia Bill
Physician-assisted-suicide moves ahead as it raises ethical issues.