Intrade odds for Romney to be the 2012 Republican presidential nominee surged more than ten points today to 57.4% (see chart above), as he was apparently the main beneficiary of Gov. Chris Christie’s announcement this afternoon that he would not … read more
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AEI’s own Daniel Hanson opines thusly: Moody’s downgrade of Italian credit late Tuesday afternoon for the first time in two decades will likely once again draw the ire of officials in the Eurozone who continue to insist they have the … read more
Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) — “Ford Motor Co. said it has committed to add 12,000 hourly jobs in its U.S. manufacturing plants by 2015 as part of a four-year tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers. The figure includes 5,750 more … read more
The 1992 book and 2006 film “Children of Men” explore a society where people can no longer have children. Less than zero population growth. But what about a society where people just start having fewer and fewer kids? Are subreplacement … read more
Imagine you own a million-dollar piece of property free and clear, but then the federal government and local law enforcement agents announce that they are going to take it from you, not compensate you one dime, and then use the … read more
I recently featured the video above of Bloomberg’s Betty Liu interviewing Warren Buffett, and Reason’s Ira Stoll writes about the interview in the article “Stop Coddling Warren Buffett“: “Ms. Liu deserves some credit for being a rare interviewer of Mr. … read more
At a just-concluded press conference, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told the state of New Jersey, “whether you like it or not, you’re stuck with me.” He definitively stated that he would not enter the 2012 race for the presidency. … read more
The idea that creating jobs will lead to growth and prosperity is a fallacy that is at the heart of our unemployment problems, according to venture capitalist Bill Frezza, who appeared on National Public Radio today. According to Bill Frezza, … read more