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The Only Thing That's 'Frightful' Is Life Without America's 'FANGs'

When the 21st century began Apple was just a few years removed from near bankruptcy, Microsoft, after a few wasted years fighting off a Department of Justice eager to neuter it, was on the verge of a fifteen-year span during which its share price almost literally stood still, Google was a small private company reliant on word of mouth about its nascent search engine, Amazon was a peddler of books, CDs, VHS videos and DVDs (its shares were soon to plummet into the $1 range), and Facebook didn’t even exist. Founder Mark Zuckerberg was still in high school.

10/15/2017
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Amor Towles Reveals the Horrors of Life Without the 1 Percent

In The Moscow Scene, Geoffrey Bocca’s 1976 book about life in the Soviet Union, his description of a visit to a restaurant in the Soviet capital had to be re-read many times to be believed. By the 1970s restaurant waiters were viewed as the lowest of the low in this most dystopian of countries, and it showed. The waiter Bocca encountered brought new meaning to surly, the greasy, tattered menu he handed to him literally hadn’t changed in 25 years, and then the waiter proceeded to start an argument: Bocca wanted borscht and beef fillet, but was gruffly told he would be having caviar and Chicken Kiev instead.

10/13/2017
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Forgiving Debt Would Hurt Puerto Rico

Estimates vary about the cost and time required to rebuild Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. And the territory’s excessive debt burden will only make the recovery more complicated.

10/11/2017
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Ignore The Pundits, The Next Fed Chairman Is Of Little Economic Consequence

As is well-known now, President Trump is conducting a search for the next Federal Reserve Chairman. Naturally this has economists all riled up simply because the Fed employs more of the credentialed than any other entity in the world.

10/08/2017
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Mark Zuckerberg Should Tell Washington's Politicians To Mind Their Own Business

USA Today recently reported on a social media user disturbed that she’d been “bombarded by political ads on Facebook attacking Planned Parenthood and the Affordable Care Act.” Apparently Valerie Robinson feels she should have “more transparency” about what ads enter her Facebook news feed, plus she desires “more due diligence and more care with what’s being disseminated to the public” by the Silicon Valley giant.

10/03/2017
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With Tax Cuts, Republicans Need to Let Democrats Make Their Case for Them

[...] Which brings us to commentary from the left about the Republican tax proposal released last week. It’s been demeaned as a “wish list of tax cuts for the wealthy” by the New York Times editorial page, and then the Tax Policy Center lamented that the top 1 percent of taxpayers will “receive about 50 percent of the total tax benefit.” The left’s response was so predictable, but it also arguably created a huge opportunity for Republicans. Rather than run from the attempted slights, members of the Trump administration, GOP lawmakers, and pundits should embrace the mindless lefty critiques, and in the process make sure that their tax cuts more than live up to what the left despise about them.

10/02/2017
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NFL Players Have Seemingly Forgotten That Injustice Is a Relative Concept

The number is thankfully in decline, but as of 2010 over 2 billion of the world’s inhabitants had never flipped on a light switch. In the U.S. we understandably hurt for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Ricans who may go without electricity for months, and our compassion is magnified by the happy truth that most of us have never lived without it ourselves.

09/26/2017
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Ignore The Endless Talk Of Doom, Budget Deficits Really Don't Matter

U.S. federal debt added up to $908 billion in 1980, but today, nearly 40 years later, the number comes in around $20 trillion. That the amount owed by U.S. taxpayers has soared over twenty-fold would, in a static world, correlate with a huge increase in borrowing costs for the U.S. Treasury.

09/24/2017
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Federal Flood Insurance Did Not Magnify Harvey and Irma

Back in 2008, and in the aftermath of the troubles within the financial sector, a popular theme emerged about banks “privatizing profits while socializing risk.” To believe their critics then and now, banks swing for the proverbial fences with an eye on big bonuses, but if their careless ways lead to insolvency, their errors are cushioned by taxpayer bailouts. It was and is a neat theory, but not a very realistic one.

09/22/2017
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The Crucial Lesson for Republicans Inside Amazon's Headquarters Search

In 2006 Warren Buffett invested $4.5 billion in Iscar, an Israel-based machine-tools maker. Notable is that Iscar was within easy distance of the enemy rockets that exist as a constant threat to the small country, its businesses, and most important of all, its people. For that reason, the investment puzzled some of Buffett’s admiring watchers.

09/15/2017

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