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November 4—Outcomes Matter

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By   23 hours ago

With midterm elections just days away and some predictions pointing to a strong showing by Republican candidates, what would a Republican-controlled Congress actually mean? Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner warns that we should not expect big […]

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Obama Policies Wreck Shaheen in New Hampshire

Senator Rand Paul (L) and Former Senator Scott Brown (R) campaign in New Hampshire.

By   23 hours ago

Scott Brown, in a stunning shocker, has made it a horse race in New Hampshire’s Senate election. Debbie and I support Scott’s candidacy. In the last month, Scott Brown has transformed the New Hampshire Senate […]

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Republicans Will Take the Senate

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By   24 hours ago

That is Pat Buchanan’s forecast and my count as well. For me the big news here is that Obama will not get to put another liberal on the Supreme Court. As it stands today, Republicans […]

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The World’s Political Winds Have Shifted

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By   2 days ago

Daniel Henninger explains that Democrats Crash-Land the Planet. Want to know how to really scare a Democratic candidate for Congress on Halloween? Forget the Sarah Palin mask. Don’t say “Boo!” Just slip up behind them […]

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A Life and Death Menace

Ebola virus.

By   2 days ago

Monica Crowley in the Washington Times asks an important question: Why are the Joint Chiefs of Staff recommending mandatory quarantine for personnel returning from Ebola-struck regions in Africa, yet the Obama administration calls three weeks […]

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Cato Event on ObamaCare

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By   3 days ago

Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon explains here why ObamaCare supporters are showing signs that the Halbig cases could actually succeed. On October 30 the Cato Institute will host a half-day conference on the Halbig cases. Featured […]

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“You Can’t Say that ObamaCare Has no Winners.”

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By   3 days ago

From the archives. Originally posted January 24, 2014. Are you aware that under ObamaCare more than $1 trillion of taxpayer funds go to insurance companies? For what? Why subsidies for insurance companies to help people […]

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Sicily the Illinois of Italy

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By   3 days ago

Italy needs to put Cato Institute Senior Fellow Dan Mitchell’s Golden Rule into play before it is too late to prevent a collapse. Here Mitchell explains: Let’s now circle back to a question asked above. Can Italy […]

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VIDEO: Elbert Guillory: Mary Landrieu is Not Helping Blacks

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By   5 days ago

Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory (R), encourages voters to dump Mary Landrieu. Related posts: Grin and Bear It No More Elbert Guillory: “Why I Am a Republican” Bring in the Clowns And All That JAZZ […]

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VIDEO: Yes or No Jeanne Shaheen

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By   5 days ago

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen can’t answer a simple yes or no question in the debate for Senate.   Related posts: New Senate Control VIDEO: Top Three Accessories for Your AR-15 VIDEO: Rep. Diana DeGette Doesn’t Understand […]

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VIDEO: Chris Christie: Charlie Crist Has Experience Debating On Every Side Of The Argument

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By   1 week ago

Related posts: Chris Christie For President? VIDEO: Governor Christie-Beware The Person Who Will Do Anything To Get Re-Elected Chris Christie at Reagan Library Charlie Crist to Run as an Independent

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VIDEO: Rudy Giuliani on Charlie Crist

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By   1 week ago

Related posts: VIDEO: Chris Christie: Charlie Crist Has Experience Debating On Every Side Of The Argument R.I.P. Jazz Bass Legend Charlie Haden Remembering Legendary Chef Charlie Trotter Giuliani: Obama Owns Occupy Wall Street

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Elbert Guillory: “Why I Am a Republican”

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By   2 weeks ago

From Elbert Guillory: Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory (R-Opelousas) explains why he recently switched from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party. He discusses the history of the Republican Party, founded as an Abolitionist Movement in […]

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VIDEO: War without Debate

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By   3 weeks ago

  From Cato Institute: Featuring Gene Healy, Vice President, Cato Institute; and Christopher Preble, Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies, Cato Institute; moderated by John Maniscalco, Director of Congressional Affairs, Cato Institute. When […]

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VIDEO: Liberals Begin to Tackle Radical Islam

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By   3 weeks ago

Bill Maher and his guests – Sam Harris, Ben Affleck, Michael Steele and Nicholas Kristof – discuss ISIS and radical Islam during the panel portion of “Real Time.” Related posts: Islam, Europe’s Most Significant Chronic […]

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VIDEO: ‘Islamization’ of Paris a Warning to the West

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By   4 weeks ago

From the archives:   Related posts: VIDEO: Savage Muslims destroy Paris VIDEO: Midnight in Paris VIDEO: Allen West on Muslim Brotherhood in America Warning: Eating Fish May Be Dangerous To Your Health

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A Life and Death Menace

Ebola virus.

By   2 days ago

Monica Crowley in the Washington Times asks an important question: Why are the Joint Chiefs of Staff recommending mandatory quarantine for personnel returning from Ebola-struck regions in Africa, yet the Obama administration calls three weeks […]

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Shanghai Greetings

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By   1 week ago

My brother Steve is in Shanghai as I write and sends these amazing photos. He writes: Greetings from Shanghai.  Nothing that you see in these pictures existed twenty years ago. The entire area was farmland. The […]

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Greetings from Paris

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By   2 weeks ago

Click to enlarge. Related posts: Hungry for Paris? What I Learned in Paris Fall 2013: Part III What I Learned In Paris Spring 2013: Part I What I Learned in Paris: Spring 2012 – Part […]

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Greetings from Gevrey-Chambertin

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By   2 weeks ago

Related posts: Best of Burgundy Can America Learn Here? Nineteen Beheaded Millions of Muslims Willing to Die to Keep American Values out of Their Societies

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Best of Burgundy

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By   3 weeks ago

As I write this, Dick and I are in Gevrey-Chambertin in the heart of Burgundy, staying at Les Deux Chevres—a 15th C-16th C. compound owned and restored by an English gentleman and his artistic wife. […]

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Room with a View

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By   3 weeks ago

Before heading to Burgundy, on one of our last days in Paris on the front end of this fall’s trip, Dick and I signed up for a Paris by Mouth tour, one which focused on […]

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Johnson Mountain Boys

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By   3 weeks ago

Dick and I are in Beaune, France, looking forward to touring some vineyards today, iffy weather permitting. One of the great things about today’s technology is that we are able to keep in touch with […]

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Greetings From Paris

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By   3 weeks ago

Related posts: Greetings from Paris NKM, Converting Paris Politicians to the Digital Age NKM for Paris Mayor: Unconventional, Eccentric, Motivated and Driven! Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (NKM) My Choice for Paris Mayor

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November 4—Outcomes Matter

mcconnell-boehner

By   23 hours ago

With midterm elections just days away and some predictions pointing to a strong showing by Republican candidates, what would a Republican-controlled Congress actually mean? Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner warns that we should not expect big […]

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Obama Policies Wreck Shaheen in New Hampshire

Senator Rand Paul (L) and Former Senator Scott Brown (R) campaign in New Hampshire.

By   23 hours ago

Scott Brown, in a stunning shocker, has made it a horse race in New Hampshire’s Senate election. Debbie and I support Scott’s candidacy. In the last month, Scott Brown has transformed the New Hampshire Senate […]

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Republicans Will Take the Senate

mitch mcconnell

By   24 hours ago

That is Pat Buchanan’s forecast and my count as well. For me the big news here is that Obama will not get to put another liberal on the Supreme Court. As it stands today, Republicans […]

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Debbie and I support Rick Scott for Florida Governor

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By   3 days ago

Florida is about jobs and Florida’s Associated Builders and Contractors know that it is Rick Scott, not Charlie Christ, who is business friendly for Florida. Associated Builders & Contractors of Florida, Inc. (ABC) is pleased to […]

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Rick Scott for Florida Governor

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By   4 days ago

Debbie and I live in Key West and join with The Florida Police Chiefs Association in supporting Rick Scott for Florida Governor. Related posts: Debbie and I support Rick Scott for Florida Governor I Support […]

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Scott Brown—Immigration and National Security Hawk

Former Senator Scott Brown (R-MA)

By   5 days ago

National Review’s Joel Gehrke explains Scott Brown’s foreign policy positions here. Against all expectations, Scott Brown has made the New Hampshire Senate race competitive — and done it with hawkish stands on immigration and national […]

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Bureaucratic Swine at the Trough

Dan-Mitchell

By   5 days ago

The Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell goes three for three in this compelling expose. The crowd in Washington benefits enormously from a complicated tax system, a Byzantine regulatory regime, and a bloated budget. The Republicans will […]

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Dump Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu

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By   5 days ago

Would you know what to do if you, with only a knife and your wits, encountered a bear in the woods? Meet Mr. Elbert Guillory, state senator from Louisiana, who would suggest that you get […]

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Market Collapse: Last Mango in Paris

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By   2 weeks ago

“If the phone doesn’t ring it’s me” — Jimmy Buffett Are we having fun yet? Since peaking at 17,279.74 on September 19, the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index has lost 6.6% of its value. If […]

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Thoughts on the Markets

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By   3 weeks ago

Volatility has picked up in financial markets in recent weeks. It is still mostly noise at this point, but the sell-off has done damage to the technical picture of the market. The NYSE Advance/Decline line […]

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Dow Down 300

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By   3 months ago

The Dow hit some new highs last month, but it also was down more than 300 points on the last day of July. Recent polls suggest that economic pessimism remains relatively widespread. And why should […]

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My Favorite Investments Part I

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By   3 months ago

In my monthly Richard C. Young’s Intelligence Report (IR), I cover all my portfolio top picks, including regular intelligence on precious metals. I concentrate not only on personal finances but also on personal security issues. As […]

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Your Success is a Choice

EJ-Smith

By   4 months ago

Over the weekend I read an article on the top 50 annuities. It was the weekly feature in a major financial publication. I can only conclude that someone has to pay to keep the lights […]

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Win By Not Losing

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By   5 months ago

If you have a dollar and lose $0.25 you’re left with $0.75. You’ve lost 25% of what you had, but to get back to $1.00, you’ll have to generate 33% of what you have now. […]

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Once in a Lifetime Stress?

kansas city financial stress index

By   5 months ago

You need to check out this stress index. The Kansas City Financial Stress Index is a monthly measure of stress in the U.S. financial system based on 11 financial market variables—including the high-yield bond/Baa spread, […]

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A 50% Loss

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By   5 months ago

Most investor have forgotten what 2008 felt like. The numbers were not pretty, especially for those who took a 50% loss. Dick Young explains in his March 2014 Intelligence Report (subscription required). It’s impossible to have […]

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