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Our very own Wesley Mouch

In Atlas Shrugged, one of the main villains is Wesley Mouch, who is described in the Wikipedia entry on the book’s characters as “Initially Wesley Mouch is the least powerful and least significant of the Looters - the other members of this group feel they can look down upon him with impunity. Eventually he becomes the most powerful Looter, and the country’s economic dictator, thereby illustrating Rand’s belief that a government-run economy places too much power in the hands of incompetent bureaucrats who would never have positions of similar influence in a private sector business.”

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Our very own Wesley Mouch

In Atlas Shrugged, one of the main villains is Wesley Mouch, who is described in the Wikipedia entry on the book’s characters as “Initially Wesley Mouch is the least powerful and least significant of the Looters - the other members of this group feel they can look down upon him with impunity. Eventually he becomes the most powerful Looter, and the country’s economic dictator, thereby illustrating Rand’s belief that a government-run economy places too much power in the hands of incompetent bureaucrats who would never have positions of similar influence in a private sector business.”

03/19/2009
Congress Angry about Irresponsible Use of Taxpayer Dollars

David Harsanyi of the Denver Post has written an amazing article on Congressional outrage over AIG bonuses.  "Here's an idea: If you stop nationalizing banks, there will be no need to engage in phony-baloney indignation over bonus payments anymore."  He's exactly right!  I can't say it any better than he does: 

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Congress Angry about Irresponsible Use of Taxpayer Dollars

David Harsanyi of the Denver Post has written an amazing article on Congressional outrage over AIG bonuses.  "Here's an idea: If you stop nationalizing banks, there will be no need to engage in phony-baloney indignation over bonus payments anymore."  He's exactly right!  I can't say it any better than he does: 

03/18/2009
John Stossel: Bailouts and Bull on 20/20

John Stossel on government bailouts:

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John Stossel: Bailouts and Bull on 20/20

John Stossel on government bailouts:

03/16/2009
Ron Paul on Reinflating the Bubble

Ron Paul explains to Congress that we can't re-inflate the housing bubble.

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Ron Paul on Reinflating the Bubble

Ron Paul explains to Congress that we can't re-inflate the housing bubble.

03/12/2009
History of Financial Bailouts

If you liked FreedomWorks' Roots of the Crisis, you'll enjoy this.  The February issue of the Freeman magazine has a great article by free banking historian and economist Larry White on the recent history of financial bailouts.  It's a historical narrative of financial bailouts over the last year.  Check it out here.  

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History of Financial Bailouts

If you liked FreedomWorks' Roots of the Crisis, you'll enjoy this.  The February issue of the Freeman magazine has a great article by free banking historian and economist Larry White on the recent history of financial bailouts.  It's a historical narrative of financial bailouts over the last year.  Check it out here.  

03/03/2009
Video: Rick Santelli tells it like it is

Here is a great video from CNBC correspondent, Rick Santelli, on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange summarizing what I think is the sentiment of many Americans right now:

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Video: Rick Santelli tells it like it is

Here is a great video from CNBC correspondent, Rick Santelli, on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange summarizing what I think is the sentiment of many Americans right now:

02/19/2009
Bailout Bucks for All!

FreedomWorks just developed these Bailout Bucks - inspired by our friends at UGA. This afternoon we're delivering them to Senate offices along with copies of our key vote and Top 10 Reasons the Economic "Stimulus" package is beyond ridiculous.

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Bailout Bucks for All!

FreedomWorks just developed these Bailout Bucks - inspired by our friends at UGA. This afternoon we're delivering them to Senate offices along with copies of our key vote and Top 10 Reasons the Economic "Stimulus" package is beyond ridiculous.

02/06/2009
Spreading the Wealth

Or rather, spreading the pain and the blame.

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Spreading the Wealth

Or rather, spreading the pain and the blame.

01/06/2009
In which I consider a career as a Metro conductor

As I've written before, the Washington DC Metro is not my favorite form of transportation.   Indeed, I dream of the day when I have a job with a driver who will daily pick me up at my apartment and deposit me at work.  Often I have to take a second to collect myself outside our building to suppress the anger that wells up during the course of my ride each day.  The ride for which I pay ever increasing fares in an ever more cramped car where actual air temperatures have no bearing on the use of heat or AC.  Suffice it to say, we have a swell system.

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In which I consider a career as a Metro conductor

As I've written before, the Washington DC Metro is not my favorite form of transportation.   Indeed, I dream of the day when I have a job with a driver who will daily pick me up at my apartment and deposit me at work.  Often I have to take a second to collect myself outside our building to suppress the anger that wells up during the course of my ride each day.  The ride for which I pay ever increasing fares in an ever more cramped car where actual air temperatures have no bearing on the use of heat or AC.  Suffice it to say, we have a swell system.

01/01/2009
Shocking, Just Shocking

It seems that the quasi-constitutional TARP that has given money to institutions outside its legislative bounds, has exceeded it's Congressional authorized limit.  This comes as a surprise to just about no one. This morning it was reported that Pres.

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Shocking, Just Shocking

It seems that the quasi-constitutional TARP that has given money to institutions outside its legislative bounds, has exceeded it's Congressional authorized limit.  This comes as a surprise to just about no one. This morning it was reported that Pres.

12/29/2008

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