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Conversely, Four Encouraging Signs For President Obama

by Bill Whalenvia Advancing a Free Society
Sunday, April 22, 2012

Recently, I authored a post on this site positing four reasons to be encouraged about Mitt Romney’s candidacy – (1) national polls showing a real horse race; (2) Romney offering a

A Caveat for Krugman

by Paul R. Gregoryvia Advancing a Free Society
Monday, April 16, 2012

Critics of my blog post How Krugman Would Ru(i)n Steve Jobs’ Apple point out that Paul Krugman has a Nobel prize in economics and I do not.

Spain at the Precipice

by Kori Schakevia Advancing a Free Society
Sunday, April 15, 2012

Tuesday of this week the government of Spain must return to financial markets to auction 12- and 18-month treasury bills.  Thursday the Spanish government will float two- and ten-year bonds.  While the specific amounts are not yet announced, the government has only financed ha

The Week That Was: Four Encouraging Signs for Romney

by Bill Whalenvia Advancing a Free Society
Sunday, April 15, 2012

It wasn’t the greatest of weeks if (a) you play the market, or (b) you happen to be one of those procrastinating souls who wait until the 11th hour to make nice with the IRS.

The Omnibus

by Hoover Institution Editorvia Advancing a Free Society
Thursday, April 12, 2012

Big, Controversial Ideas - Video Edition

More on the budgetary effect of health care reform

by Charles Blahousvia Advancing a Free Society
Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Today Avik Roy of Forbes kindly provided me with a forum for responding to some of the questions that have arisen about my study showing that the 2010 health care reform law will add substantially to federal deficits.

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