ALG's Daily Grind - Will the Government Accountability Office be allowed to look at the Internet giveaway before it happens?
April 3, 2014
Permission to republish original opeds granted.
Will the Government Accountability Office be allowed to look at the Internet giveaway before it happens?
Commerce Department supports international, "multistakeholders" reviewing the plan to turn over the Internet's most critical functions, but refuses to support Congress merely calling for a GAO study to look into the matter, and is puzzled why anyone would think the transition might result in censorship.
Governor Jindal's health care reform plan is blueprint to ending Obamacare mess
Plan restores market principles to the health system Obamacare is destroying.
First Trust: Fed repudiates Milton Friedman
"[I]f banks expect excess reserves to stay in the system longer, perhaps even permanently, it is almost certain they will become more aggressive about lending even as they move up their expectations of when and how much short-term rates will rise. This, in turn, would boost the money supply sharply, driving up asset prices, economic activity and inflation in the months and years ahead."