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What is most astonishing about the debate over the economics of entitlements and the national debt is the complacency on this issue among the political and economic establishment. President Obama has adopted the Alfred E. Neuman Doctrine: “What, me worry?” Paul Krugman, who seems to be on a personal crusade to devalue the Nobel Prize […]
I sat down Friday night to write my own recommendation for who Mitt Romney should choose as his vice-presidential running mate. But it was quite late and I was tired, so I put off the task for the weekend—and thus I was saved from writing the most instantaneously irrelevant column ever. Early Saturday morning, days […]
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