Sept. 14, 2012
If the last $2 trillion of monetary expansion and easy money did not cure markets or restore robust growth, what makes the Fed think another $480 billion will do the trick? Never has so much been done to so little effect.
The Chicago teachers union strikes wears on as children remain shut out of the classroom.
Check out this soundbite from a CNBC host named Joe Kernan. He has some interesting observations, especially about Paul Krugman. It reminds us of a quote from writer George Orwell.
Our founding fathers provided for elections, so that the American people could choose leaders who make the major decisions affecting their lives — and not be subjected to involuntary servitude at the hands of unelected, unaccountable kings or bureaucrats.