Tag Archives: economics

Mitch McConnell Flip Flop

Not so long ago Senetor Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) agrued we need to embrace public disclosure of campaign contributions so that “voters can judge for themselves what is appropriate.” However, just last week McConnell turned his back on his 1987 … Continue reading

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Dr. Tibor Machan on a form of Corporacracy

Dr. Tibor Machan describes on the Daily Bell his views on a certain kind of Corporacracy (as we call it). He is concentrating on the commonly accepted view on anthropogenic (man-made) global warming (AGW). What he focuses on is not … Continue reading

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Bankers or Robbers?

According to the Washington Post, JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay $153.6 million in civil damages over “misleading investors” with regard to mortgage securities. This comes after Goldman Sachs was fined $550 million by the Securities Exchange Commission almost a … Continue reading

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