July 20, 2017

Ryan: We’re going to keep pressing our Medicare advantage

Boomerang. Democrats thought that naming Paul Ryan to the Republican ticket would allow them to … [Read more...]

Tribal Bankruptcy

The Wall Street Journal reported last week about a challenge to a bankruptcy filing by the Santa … [Read more...]

Democratic National Committee To Pull Funds From Bank Of America

Democratic National Committee To Pull Funds From Bank Of America Bank of America is likely about to … [Read more...]

Will the Peasants Go Medieval On Bankers?

Will We Have to Wait for a 21st Century Peasants’ Revolt Before Seeing Any Real Change? While … [Read more...]

Will the Peasants Go Medieval On Bankers?

Will We Have to Wait for a 21st Century Peasants’ Revolt Before Seeing Any Real Change? While … [Read more...]

GAO Study Finds OCC Foreclosure Review too Hard for Us to Understand

Apparently, the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) has been studying the possible reasons why … [Read more...]

How much are unions really spending on politics?

Numbers. Don’t get me wrong: The Wall Street Journal’s Tom McGinty and Brody Mullins … [Read more...]

Better late than never?

Ghosts of Campaigns Past. Now that Mitt Romney has adopted the “It’s a tax!” … [Read more...]

Consensus forming around Pawlenty?

Confidence? While the Romney campaign rushed yesterday to reassure Republicans that it takes Marco … [Read more...]

GM, Chrysler and Ideologically Selective Bankruptcy Formalism

James Sherk and Todd Zywicki have an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal that kvetches about the … [Read more...]

Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!

Hope WAS a method, in this case. Few may have joined in commemorating Ronald Reagan’s “ash heap of … [Read more...]

For My Birthday… Love, Your Broken Home. By Tim Miller

I originally posted this on my birthday, May 27th, but back in 2010… because it reminded me of … [Read more...]

Must View Video | Capital Account – Exclusive Interview of Fired CBO Foreclosure Fraud Whistleblower Lan T Pham

Below is her full story Following the Wall Street Journal story, “Congress’s Number Cruncher Comes … [Read more...]

Romney campaign eyeing Wisconsin if recall flops

We could use some Badgers. If Wisconsin turns into the Left’s Waterloo two weeks from today, … [Read more...]

“Tim, could you get the door?” “Sure, honey… are we expecting company?” “Not that I know of…”

  As many as 1,000 surprise guests visited the Bethesda home of Treasury Secretary Timothy … [Read more...]

Putting the bully into the bully pulpit?

What happens when you end up on Obama's enemies list. Allahpundit e-mailed me this today, calling it … [Read more...]

Finally, Jamie Dimon and I Agree on Something

  JPMorgan Chase’s CEO, Jamie Dimon, says he doesn’t want to make excuses, but his bank’s $2 … [Read more...]

Video: What a history lesson can do for an Occupier

"How come no one talks about this?" The irony here, of course, is that the history lesson of … [Read more...]

Was Q1 a Cash for Clunkers period?

Warm winter, cool spring? Did a warm winter steal economic activity from the spring?  The Wall … [Read more...]

Party like it’s 1932

Who's FDR now? The Wall Street Journal’s Daniel Henninger recently pointed out the parallels between … [Read more...]

IF TRUE, IT’S TREASON – CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf and the Impact of the Foreclosure Crisis

  During the fall of 2010, Lan T. Pham, PhD was a “senior staffer financial economist” at the … [Read more...]

IF TRUE, IT’S TREASON – CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf and the Impact of the Foreclosure Crisis

  During the fall of 2010, Lan T. Pham, PhD was a “senior staffer financial economist” at the … [Read more...]

Terminated CBO Fraudclosure Whistleblower, Lan T. Pham, Exposes Deep Conflicts At “Impartial” Budget Office

Terminated CBO Fraudclosure Whistleblower Exposes Deep Conflicts At “Impartial” Budget … [Read more...]

Terminated CBO Fraudclosure Whistleblower, Lan T. Pham, Exposes Deep Conflicts At “Impartial” Budget Office

Terminated CBO Fraudclosure Whistleblower Exposes Deep Conflicts At “Impartial” Budget … [Read more...]

Would you pay $100 to skip the TSA screening line?

Trusted travelers An idea long overdue in my opinion. The Wall Street Journal reports that a pilot … [Read more...]

Of Babies and Bucks

The Credit Slips bloggers are engaged in a virtual enterprise, which means we sometimes don't … [Read more...]

Chu: Uh, never mind on that European gas prices goal

Shocka! Isn’t it amazing what a couple of bad polls can produce?  In 2008, … [Read more...]

Quotes of the Day

It's a lock The near-certainty that Mitt Romney will be defeated by Barack Obama in November is both … [Read more...]

For Geithner, math is hard

Dial it back Ed has already begun the process of digging into the President’s new tax plan, … [Read more...]

Credit for Parenthood (in the Wall Street Journal)

Wall Street Journal Reporter Jessica Silver-Greenberg casts a spotlight on the market for fertility … [Read more...]

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