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Uncle Fed’s Magical Computer

Uncle Fed’s Magical Computer

We hope you’ll read this column. No one will stop the coming economic disaster, but at least you’ll have a better understanding of why government is making the disaster inevitable.…

The post-enlightenment at Stanford University.

The post-enlightenment at Stanford University.

Thursday, April 14, 2016, by Paul Gleiser According to the Daily Caller, Stanford University’s conservative-leaning Stanford Review promoted a ballot initiative in the university’s spring student government election. The measure…

The VA as microcosm.

The VA as microcosm.

Thursday, April 7, 2016, by Paul Gleiser Two years ago this month, CNN broke the story that as many as 40 military veterans had died while waiting months or even…

A supreme irony.

A supreme irony.

Thursday, March 31, 2016, by Paul Gleiser Forgive me if the theme of this piece seems like a continuation of our piece from March 17. In more ways than one,…

America’s disappearing oceans.

America’s disappearing oceans.

Thursday, March 24, 2016, by Paul Gleiser When examining the success of the United States in its 240 years, the military and economic effects of massive expanses of ocean on…

Hillary’s education “SWAT team.”

Hillary’s education “SWAT team.”

Thursday, March 10, 2016, by Paul Gleiser If you watched the Democratic debate last Sunday night, you heard Hillary Clinton’s “education SWAT team” proposal. Said Mrs. Clinton, I want to…

$800 billion: Gone without a trace.

$800 billion: Gone without a trace.

Thursday, March 3, 2016, by Paul Gleiser Last Friday, President Obama paid a visit to a money-losing battery manufacturing plant in Florida to mark the seventh anniversary of the American…

Donald, I am your father.

Donald, I am your father.

Thursday, March 3, 2016, by Paul Gleiser Let’s be clear from the beginning. I am not in the tank for Donald Trump. I will absolutely vote for him if he…

Exoneration too late to matter.

Exoneration too late to matter.

Friday, February 26, 2016, by Paul Gleiser Did you hear that the criminal case against former governor Rick Perry has been dismissed? If you missed that story, you can be…

A vivid reminder that elections matter.

A vivid reminder that elections matter.

Friday, February 19, 2016, by Paul Gleiser The recent sudden death of Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia serves as a sharp reminder that presidential elections have long-lasting consequences. If Michael…

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