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Keynesian Economics: Still Failing After All These Years
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Keynesian Economics: Still Failing After All These Years

Keynesianism is still not working.The central idea of the dominant economic philosophy in Washington, DC, is that when the private economy fails to produce enough demand, the government can and should step in to take up the economic slack. It should have been long since discredited. But like other bad ideas, people keep bringing it back.

04/30/2013
The FreedomCast - Episode 31 - Mommy Bloggers and The GOP's Attempt to Garner the Female Vote
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The FreedomCast - Episode 31 - Mommy Bloggers and The GOP's Attempt to Garner the Female Vote

Today on The FreedomCast, Allysen Efferson joins me to discuss the GOP’s new targeted demographic, the “mommy blogger.”  It’s about time, don’t they know we talk to everybody? More from Dana Loesch on RedState

04/30/2013
Democrats Voted for ObamaCare – Now Face Constituents
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Democrats Voted for ObamaCare – Now Face Constituents

Democracy and Power 112: Fidelity to LeadershipTo be elected, a politician must please their constituents. However, to be a powerful legislative force, a politician must be an obedient member of a party – Democrat or Republican. Since most constituents are busy making a living, raising families and focused on immediate community concerns, loyalty to the party most often prevails.

04/30/2013
Northwest Coal Terminals Advance Despite Opposition From Environmental Groups
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Northwest Coal Terminals Advance Despite Opposition From Environmental Groups

As I've documented in previous posts, the organized environmental left is marshalling forces to oppose Powder River Basin (PRB) coal exports to Asia via ports in the Pacific Northwest. Despite their best efforts at fear mongering about supposed environmental effects, local officials are beginning to push back against the prevailing narrative. Realizing that the opposition is based on faulty premises, and realizing the potential economic impact, several local officials are beginning to come out of the woodwork to support this idea.

04/30/2013
Hysteria and Misinformation - Coal Train Fight Continued
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Hysteria and Misinformation - Coal Train Fight Continued

As I posted earlier, coal producers are trying to secure approval to ship Powder River Basin (PRB) coal overseas to Asian markets, while environmental extremists are attempting to make this the Spotted Owl fight of modern times. The environmental movement has established this as their beachhead, and are pulling out all the stops.

04/29/2013
Northwest Coal Train Fight - The Modern Day Spotted Owl
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Northwest Coal Train Fight - The Modern Day Spotted Owl

For the past several years, coal industry officials have been attempting to secure approval to ship coal from Pacific Northwest ports to expanding markets in Asia. This would entail approval to increase rail shipments from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and Montana to new or greatly expanded terminals in Washington and Oregon.

04/29/2013
Profiles in Education: The Smith Family and Charter Schools
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Profiles in Education: The Smith Family and Charter Schools

Mr. and Mrs. Smith attended traditional public schools, but chose a different path when it came time to choose how to school their own children. The Smiths have a son and a daughter, both of whom were educated both through homeschooling and in private schools. Their daughter, however, decided she wanted something different for high school. 

04/29/2013
Over 15,500 Tickets Sold For FreedomWorks “Free the People” Event
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Over 15,500 Tickets Sold For FreedomWorks “Free the People” Event

Washington, DC- Over fifteen thousand, five hundred tickets have been sold for FreedomWorks’ main summer event, “Free the People” in Salt Lake City, Utah. Less than two thousand tickets remain available before the Ampitheater is sold out, so activists are encouraged to buy their tickets as soon as possible at www.FTP2013.com.

04/29/2013
No, Congress Is Not Exempt From Obamacare
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No, Congress Is Not Exempt From Obamacare

[Note: This article was written before the July 2013 announcement by President Obama's Office of Personnel Management (OPM), that it would allow Members of Congress and their staff to keep their workplace health insurance subsidies despite having to obtain their coverage in a government health exchange. This special treatment is enjoyed by no other class of Americans. With the OPM announcement, Congress became effectively exempted from ObamaCare. -- Dean Clancy, FreedomWorks]A carefully crafted story in Politico caused a stir this week by claiming that congressional leaders were in talks to exempt staffers from the effects of Obamacare. It isn't true.Will Politico print a retraction? It's more likely that they will merely pat themselves on their collective back, hoist a toast at their favorite DC watering hole, and share a laugh over another episode of successful trolling completed.

04/28/2013
Motor City Blues Part I: The Myth of Union Detroit
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Motor City Blues Part I: The Myth of Union Detroit

In recent weeks the once proud city of Detroit has been subject to a barrage of embarrassing media reports. The state takeover of the city’s finances and Kwame “The Hip-Hop Mayor” Kilpatrick’s prison sentence have played out on the national stage, bringing bad PR to a city desperately trying to improve its brand. In reality the city has been embarrassing itself for quite some time. This three part blog series seeks to lay out the history behind the epic failure that is Detroit.

04/26/2013

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