Debt crisis and candy cigarettes

Why worry about the lagging economy when we can prosecute someone for selling candy?

Ralph Reiland January 19, 2013

ObamaCare's Miracle-Gro Economics: Redistribution via Price Discrimination

Fair is the new unfair: The "rich" will pay three times more for health care, regardless of the value of the...

Ralph Reiland July 7, 2011

Eugene Robinson Spouts Anti-Tea Party Nonsense

Robinson allowed his suspicions to distort his objectivity and destroy his credibility.

Ralph Reiland May 3, 2010

Reaganomics vs. Obamanomics

Obama's job-killing agenda.

Ralph Reiland October 19, 2009

Atlas Shrugs: Doctors 'Going Galt'

"45% of Doctors Would Consider Quitting If Congress Passes Health Care Overhaul."

Ralph Reiland October 13, 2009

Liberals Worried About Obama's Economic Competence

Is the 'establishment' realizing Obama is not a savior but an economic lightweight?

Ralph Reiland March 26, 2009

Obama's 'Rubin Constellation'

Where's the "Change we can believe in"?

Ralph Reiland January 5, 2009

Obama vs. Jobs

Small business owners say they'll be forced to lay off employees under Obama's economic proposals.

Ralph Reiland November 3, 2008

Obama -- 'Free Market Guy?'

Obama says he loves the free market. Do his words match his actions?

Ralph Reiland August 21, 2008

The Price of Crazy Lawsuits

Ridiculous lawsuits have riddled the system and become a habit that requires it's own set of rules

Ralph Reiland September 7, 2007

On Crime, It's Not Like Father Like Son for Giuliani

It's not a simple case of "like father, like son" when it comes to Rudy Giuliani. Rudy's father,...

Ralph Reiland February 27, 2007

Rendell's High-Tax Philadelphia Has Reality Problem

Collapsing schools, middle-class flight drain city

Ralph Reiland May 19, 2006

Food Fight

By order of Iran's confectioners union, any Danish pastries sold in Tehran, the nation's capital, must now be...

Ralph Reiland March 1, 2006

A Great Resolution: Read More Books

Some great titles to explore in 2006

Ralph Reiland December 31, 2005