Archive | April, 2012

Wall Street Journal: Obama’s New Disability Hiring Quota

Wall Street Journal April 9, 2012 The Wrong Way to Help the Disabled A 7% hiring quota for government contractors is unfair and unwise. By JAMES BOVARD The Obama administration is on the verge of compelling most of the largest corporations and universities, as well as many smaller businesses, to adopt a 7% hiring quota […]

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The Great Gold Robbery

The Foundation for Economic Education reposted a 1999 article I wrote for them as today’s “Timely Classic” from the Freeman archive. This article was a spinoff of Freedom in Chains: The Rise of the State and the Demise of the Citizen (St. Martin’s Press, 1999). Once more around the track: Freeman June 1999 Money: The […]

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95th Anniversary of Horrendous American Wrong Turn: World War One

Yesterday was the 95th anniversary of President Wilson’s address to Congress calling for a declaration of war against Germany. The U.S. entry into the war opened a Pandora’s Box that still plagues America and much of the world. One of the war’s clearest lessons: Lies are lies, regardless of whether the liar promises to save […]

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